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* Here [[Media:idyn_tutorial_vvv10.pdf| the tutorial presented in VVV10]].
 
* Here [[Media:idyn_tutorial_vvv10.pdf| the tutorial presented in VVV10]].
  
* Some tutorial examples are available in the iCub repository, in:
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* Some tutorial examples are available in the iCub repository, in: icub\main\src\libraries\iDyn\tutorials
 
 
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9zDOm410pQ iCub grasping small objects, and detecting contacts and external forces during motion]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9zDOm410pQ iCub grasping small objects, and detecting contacts and external forces during motion]
 
In this short demo, iDyn is used to find the external force at the end-effector, arising during contacts with the environment (table, object, human hand...).
 
In this short demo, iDyn is used to find the external force at the end-effector, arising during contacts with the environment (table, object, human hand...).
 
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Revision as of 08:50, 18 August 2010

Short Introduction to iDyn

In this page you'll find pointers to anything useful regarding the iDyn library. For more details about the library or its use, ask Serena Ivaldi or Matteo Fumagalli. The library is still under development! So if you have suggestions...

Code documentation

Tutorials

  • Some tutorial examples are available in the iCub repository, in: icub\main\src\libraries\iDyn\tutorials


Dissemination

Papers

Incoming... :)

Videos

In this short demo, iDyn is used to find the external force at the end-effector, arising during contacts with the environment (table, object, human hand...).