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e.DO People Learn Robotics Forums Official Showcase Virtual e.Do Light

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  • #3497

    Roberto Ancona
    Participant

    The Virtual e.DO Light project aims to give the Comau e.DO community additional tools for simulation and control of the e.DO robot. Purpose of the project is to provide light and easy resources for beginner users, as well as a powerful framework for advanced ones.

    It came with a dynamic model for the V-Rep simulation environment, where e.DO can be easily visualized and programmed. A wide set of features such as kinematics, dynamics, trajectory generation, Motion Planning and obstacle avoidance are explained with demonstration scenes provided in this project.

    Integration with the Leap Motion device allows to control the e.DO robot directly with your arm and hands gestures.

    A Matlab configuration script is also available to model e.DO within the Matlab Robotics and Vision toolbox.

    Finally Virtual e.DO Light provides Java and Python API to develop your own advanced robotics applications.

    All resources are available at: http://github.com/robb19y/virtual-edo-light

    See the full project page

    #3499

    Comau
    Keymaster

    Dear Roberto,

    This is a really impressive work.
    Great job.

    #3568

    Harry Olthof
    Participant

    Hi,
    How can I load the eDO into V-rep ?
    Harry

    #3592

    Roberto Ancona
    Participant

    Hi Harry,
    to load the model inside VRep just go to File-> Load Model and select the eDo_model.ttm file.

    You can also open directly one of the demonstration scenes, go to File -> Open Scene and select on of the .ttt files provided.

    Roberto

    #7258

    Hello,

    I am having trouble following the link posted above to the github library. When I follow the extension, or even enter “http://github.com/robb19y/virtual-edo-light” into my URL the page cannot be found. Has it been taken down?

    Best,
    Gabe

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