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Remember other people in the class may be controlling the fakebot at the same time, so don't be surprised if it moves without you saying.
 
Remember other people in the class may be controlling the fakebot at the same time, so don't be surprised if it moves without you saying.
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To control both axis at the same time, you can use commands like:
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  set poss (100 200)
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and
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  set vmos (10 20)
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The first number is the x position/velocity, the second is the y position/velocity.
  
 
* Read the encoder feedback (the position of the head). This information is available from the port "/fakebot/motor/state:o"
 
* Read the encoder feedback (the position of the head). This information is available from the port "/fakebot/motor/state:o"

Revision as of 19:59, 27 February 2007

  • There are images available at port "/fakebot/camera". They show a ship moving back and forth. Try:
 yarpview /USERNAME/view
 yarp connect /fakebot/camera /USERNAME/view
  • The view is from a fake pan/tilt head. You can move the camera by sending messages to "/fakebot/motor/rpc:i". Try:
 yarp rpc /fakebot/motor/rpc:i

and type:

 help

to see what you can do. Useful commands are:

 set pos 0 100

where the first number can be 0 or 1 (for x and y position), and the second number is the actual position. Similarly:

 set vmo 0 10

controls movement, but this time the velocity of the axis (0 or 1) rather than the position. Be ready with:

 set vmo 0 0

before your robot head zooms off into space!

Remember other people in the class may be controlling the fakebot at the same time, so don't be surprised if it moves without you saying.

To control both axis at the same time, you can use commands like:

 set poss (100 200)

and

 set vmos (10 20)

The first number is the x position/velocity, the second is the y position/velocity.

  • Read the encoder feedback (the position of the head). This information is available from the port "/fakebot/motor/state:o"

Try this:

  yarp read /USERNAME/reader /fakebot/motor/state:o


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