Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.13.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-06-24
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
  • Blaise Gassend

ROS Driver for Generic Linux Joysticks

The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Supported Hardware

This node should work with any joystick that is supported by Linux.

Published Topics

Device Selection

There are two parameters controlling which device should be used:

  • ~dev (string, default: "/dev/input/js0")
  • ~dev_name (string, default: "" (empty = disabled))

If ~dev_name is empty, ~dev defines the Linux joystick device from which to read joystick events.

If ~dev_name is defined, the node enumerates all available joysticks, i.e. /dev/input/js*. The first joystick matching ~dev_name is opened. If no joystick matches the desired device name, the device specified by ~dev is used as a fallback.

To get a list of the names of all connected joysticks, an invalid ~dev_name can be specified. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="*"

The output might look like this:

[ INFO]: Found joystick: ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js1).
[ INFO]: Found joystick: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad (/dev/input/js0).
[ERROR]: Couldn't find a joystick with name *. Falling back to default device.

Then the node can be started with the device name given in the list. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="Microsoft X-Box 360 pad"

Advanced Parameters

  • ~deadzone (double, default: 0.05)

    • Amount by which the joystick has to move before it is considered to be off-center. This parameter is specified relative to an axis normalized between -1 and 1. Thus, 0.1 means that the joystick has to move 10% of the way to the edge of an axis's range before that axis will output a non-zero value. Linux does its own deadzone processing, so in many cases this value can be set to zero.
  • ~autorepeat_rate (double, default: 0.0 (disabled))

    • Rate in Hz at which a joystick that has a non-changing state will resend the previously sent message.
  • ~coalesce_interval (double, default: 0.001)

    • Axis events that are received within coalesce_interval (seconds) of each other are sent out in a single ROS message. Since the kernel sends each axis motion as a separate event, coalescing greatly reduces the rate at which messages are sent. This option can also be used to limit the rate of outgoing messages. Button events are always sent out immediately to avoid missing button presses.

Further Information

For further information have a look at the Wiki page.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package joy

1.13.0 (2019-06-24)

  • Merge pull request #120 from furushchev/remap add joy_remap and its sample
  • Merge pull request #128 from ros-drivers/fix/tab_errors Cleaning up Python indentation.
  • Merge pull request #111 from matt-attack/indigo-devel Add Basic Force Feedback Support
  • Merge pull request #126 from clalancette/minor-formatting
  • Put brackets around ROS_* macros. In some circumstances they may be defined to empty, so we need to have brackets to ensure that they are syntactically valid. Signed-off-by: Chris Lalancette <clalancette@openrobotics.org>
  • Merge pull request #122 from lbucklandAS/fix-publish-timestamp Add timestamp to all joy messages
  • Change error messages and set ps3 as default controller
  • Better handle device loss Allow for loss and redetection of device with force feedback
  • Add basic force feedback over usb Addresses #89
  • Contributors: Chris Lalancette, Furushchev, Joshua Whitley, Lucas Buckland, Matthew, Matthew Bries

1.12.0 (2018-06-11)

  • Update timestamp when using autorepeat_rate
  • Added dev_name parameter to select joystick by name
  • Added Readme for joy package with description of new device name parameter
  • Fixed numerous outstanding PRs.
  • Added sticky buttons
  • Changed package xml to format 2
  • Fixed issue when the joystick data did not got send until changed.
  • Changed messaging to better reflect what the script is doing
  • Contributors: Dino H

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

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Launch files

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged joy at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.11.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version indigo-devel
Last Updated 2017-07-07
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
  • Blaise Gassend

ROS Driver for Generic Linux Joysticks

The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Supported Hardware

This node should work with any joystick that is supported by Linux.

Published Topics

Device Selection

There are two parameters controlling which device should be used:

  • ~dev (string, default: "/dev/input/js0")
  • ~dev_name (string, default: "" (empty = disabled))

If ~dev_name is empty, ~dev defines the Linux joystick device from which to read joystick events.

If ~dev_name is defined, the node enumerates all available joysticks, i.e. /dev/input/js*. The first joystick matching ~dev_name is opened. If no joystick matches the desired device name, the device specified by ~dev is used as a fallback.

To get a list of the names of all connected joysticks, an invalid ~dev_name can be specified. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="*"

The output might look like this:

[ INFO]: Found joystick: ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js1).
[ INFO]: Found joystick: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad (/dev/input/js0).
[ERROR]: Couldn't find a joystick with name *. Falling back to default device.

Then the node can be started with the device name given in the list. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="Microsoft X-Box 360 pad"

Advanced Parameters

  • ~deadzone (double, default: 0.05)

    • Amount by which the joystick has to move before it is considered to be off-center. This parameter is specified relative to an axis normalized between -1 and 1. Thus, 0.1 means that the joystick has to move 10% of the way to the edge of an axis's range before that axis will output a non-zero value. Linux does its own deadzone processing, so in many cases this value can be set to zero.
  • ~autorepeat_rate (double, default: 0.0 (disabled))

    • Rate in Hz at which a joystick that has a non-changing state will resend the previously sent message.
  • ~coalesce_interval (double, default: 0.001)

    • Axis events that are received within coalesce_interval (seconds) of each other are sent out in a single ROS message. Since the kernel sends each axis motion as a separate event, coalescing greatly reduces the rate at which messages are sent. This option can also be used to limit the rate of outgoing messages. Button events are always sent out immediately to avoid missing button presses.

Further Information

For further information have a look at the Wiki page.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package joy

1.11.0 (2017-02-10)

  • fixed joy/Cmakelists for osx
  • Update dependencies to remove warnings
  • Contributors: Marynel Vazquez, Mark D Horn

1.10.1 (2015-05-24)

  • Remove stray architechture_independent flags
  • Contributors: Jonathan Bohren, Scott K Logan

1.10.0 (2014-06-26)

  • First indigo release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

Name
joystick

Dependant Packages

Name Repo Deps
bwi_joystick_teleop github-utexas-bwi-bwi_common
cob_bringup github-ipa320-cob_robots
demo_pioneer github-lagadic-demo_pioneer
hector_quadrotor_teleop github-tu-darmstadt-ros-pkg-hector_quadrotor
joystick_drivers github-ros-drivers-joystick_drivers
pmb2_bringup github-pal-robotics-pmb2_robot
pr2_bringup github-PR2-pr2_robot
pr2_bringup github-pr2-pr2_robot
reemc_bringup github-pal-robotics-reemc_robot
turtlebot_teleop github-turtlebot-turtlebot
yocs_joyop github-yujinrobot-yujin_ocs
bebop_tools github-AutonomyLab-bebop_autonomy
cirkit_unit03_driver github-CIR-KIT-Unit03-cirkit_unit03_robot
ca_tools github-AutonomyLab-create_autonomy
husky_control github-husky-husky
icart_mini_driver github-open-rdc-icart_mini
innok_heros_control github-innokrobotics-innok_heros_control
jackal_control github-jackal-jackal
tra1_moveit_config github-tork-a-minas
moveit_tutorials github-ros-planning-moveit_tutorials
dbw_pacifica_joystick_demo github-NewEagleRaptor-pacifica-dbw-ros
dbw_pacifica_joystick_speed_demo github-NewEagleRaptor-pacifica-dbw-ros
pacmod_game_control github-astuff-pacmod_game_control
puma_motor_driver github-clearpathrobotics-puma_motor_driver
rb1_base_pad github-RobotnikAutomation-rb1_base_common
rb1_pad github-RobotnikAutomation-rb1_common
ridgeback_control github-ridgeback-ridgeback
roch_teleop github-SawYer-Robotics-roch
roch_control github-SawYer-Robotics-roch_robot
roomblock_bringup github-tork-a-roomblock
safe_teleop_pr2 github-SharedAutonomyToolkit-shared_autonomy_manipulation
safe_teleop_stage github-SharedAutonomyToolkit-shared_autonomy_manipulation
summit_xl_pad github-RobotnikAutomation-summit_xl_common
teleop_twist_joy github-ros-teleop-teleop_twist_joy
warthog_control github-warthog-cpr-warthog
uuv_teleop github-uuvsimulator-uuv_simulator
caster_teleop github-I-Quotient-Robotics-caster
crane_x7_examples github-rt-net-crane_x7_ros
jaguar_control github-gstavrinos-jaguar
jog_arm github-UTNuclearRoboticsPublic-jog_arm
jog_controller github-tork-a-jog_control
loki_teleop github-UbiquityRobotics-loki_robot
magni_teleop github-UbiquityRobotics-magni_robot
modelica_bridge github-ModROS-modelica_bridge
rr_openrover_basic github-RoverRobotics-rr_openrover_basic
rr_openrover_driver github-RoverRobotics-rr_openrover_stack
seed_r7_navigation github-seed-solutions-seed_r7_ros_pkg
svenzva_joy github-SvenzvaRobotics-svenzva_ros
talos_bringup github-pal-robotics-talos_robot
vrx_gazebo bitbucket-osrf-vrx

Launch files

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Messages

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Services

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Plugins

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Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.11.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version indigo-devel
Last Updated 2017-07-07
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
  • Blaise Gassend

ROS Driver for Generic Linux Joysticks

The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Supported Hardware

This node should work with any joystick that is supported by Linux.

Published Topics

Device Selection

There are two parameters controlling which device should be used:

  • ~dev (string, default: "/dev/input/js0")
  • ~dev_name (string, default: "" (empty = disabled))

If ~dev_name is empty, ~dev defines the Linux joystick device from which to read joystick events.

If ~dev_name is defined, the node enumerates all available joysticks, i.e. /dev/input/js*. The first joystick matching ~dev_name is opened. If no joystick matches the desired device name, the device specified by ~dev is used as a fallback.

To get a list of the names of all connected joysticks, an invalid ~dev_name can be specified. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="*"

The output might look like this:

[ INFO]: Found joystick: ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js1).
[ INFO]: Found joystick: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad (/dev/input/js0).
[ERROR]: Couldn't find a joystick with name *. Falling back to default device.

Then the node can be started with the device name given in the list. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="Microsoft X-Box 360 pad"

Advanced Parameters

  • ~deadzone (double, default: 0.05)

    • Amount by which the joystick has to move before it is considered to be off-center. This parameter is specified relative to an axis normalized between -1 and 1. Thus, 0.1 means that the joystick has to move 10% of the way to the edge of an axis's range before that axis will output a non-zero value. Linux does its own deadzone processing, so in many cases this value can be set to zero.
  • ~autorepeat_rate (double, default: 0.0 (disabled))

    • Rate in Hz at which a joystick that has a non-changing state will resend the previously sent message.
  • ~coalesce_interval (double, default: 0.001)

    • Axis events that are received within coalesce_interval (seconds) of each other are sent out in a single ROS message. Since the kernel sends each axis motion as a separate event, coalescing greatly reduces the rate at which messages are sent. This option can also be used to limit the rate of outgoing messages. Button events are always sent out immediately to avoid missing button presses.

Further Information

For further information have a look at the Wiki page.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package joy

1.11.0 (2017-02-10)

  • fixed joy/Cmakelists for osx
  • Update dependencies to remove warnings
  • Contributors: Marynel Vazquez, Mark D Horn

1.10.1 (2015-05-24)

  • Remove stray architechture_independent flags
  • Contributors: Jonathan Bohren, Scott K Logan

1.10.0 (2014-06-26)

  • First indigo release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged joy at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.11.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version indigo-devel
Last Updated 2017-07-07
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
  • Blaise Gassend

ROS Driver for Generic Linux Joysticks

The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Supported Hardware

This node should work with any joystick that is supported by Linux.

Published Topics

Device Selection

There are two parameters controlling which device should be used:

  • ~dev (string, default: "/dev/input/js0")
  • ~dev_name (string, default: "" (empty = disabled))

If ~dev_name is empty, ~dev defines the Linux joystick device from which to read joystick events.

If ~dev_name is defined, the node enumerates all available joysticks, i.e. /dev/input/js*. The first joystick matching ~dev_name is opened. If no joystick matches the desired device name, the device specified by ~dev is used as a fallback.

To get a list of the names of all connected joysticks, an invalid ~dev_name can be specified. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="*"

The output might look like this:

[ INFO]: Found joystick: ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js1).
[ INFO]: Found joystick: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad (/dev/input/js0).
[ERROR]: Couldn't find a joystick with name *. Falling back to default device.

Then the node can be started with the device name given in the list. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="Microsoft X-Box 360 pad"

Advanced Parameters

  • ~deadzone (double, default: 0.05)

    • Amount by which the joystick has to move before it is considered to be off-center. This parameter is specified relative to an axis normalized between -1 and 1. Thus, 0.1 means that the joystick has to move 10% of the way to the edge of an axis's range before that axis will output a non-zero value. Linux does its own deadzone processing, so in many cases this value can be set to zero.
  • ~autorepeat_rate (double, default: 0.0 (disabled))

    • Rate in Hz at which a joystick that has a non-changing state will resend the previously sent message.
  • ~coalesce_interval (double, default: 0.001)

    • Axis events that are received within coalesce_interval (seconds) of each other are sent out in a single ROS message. Since the kernel sends each axis motion as a separate event, coalescing greatly reduces the rate at which messages are sent. This option can also be used to limit the rate of outgoing messages. Button events are always sent out immediately to avoid missing button presses.

Further Information

For further information have a look at the Wiki page.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package joy

1.11.0 (2017-02-10)

  • fixed joy/Cmakelists for osx
  • Update dependencies to remove warnings
  • Contributors: Marynel Vazquez, Mark D Horn

1.10.1 (2015-05-24)

  • Remove stray architechture_independent flags
  • Contributors: Jonathan Bohren, Scott K Logan

1.10.0 (2014-06-26)

  • First indigo release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged joy at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.11.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version indigo-devel
Last Updated 2017-07-07
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
  • Blaise Gassend

ROS Driver for Generic Linux Joysticks

The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Supported Hardware

This node should work with any joystick that is supported by Linux.

Published Topics

Device Selection

There are two parameters controlling which device should be used:

  • ~dev (string, default: "/dev/input/js0")
  • ~dev_name (string, default: "" (empty = disabled))

If ~dev_name is empty, ~dev defines the Linux joystick device from which to read joystick events.

If ~dev_name is defined, the node enumerates all available joysticks, i.e. /dev/input/js*. The first joystick matching ~dev_name is opened. If no joystick matches the desired device name, the device specified by ~dev is used as a fallback.

To get a list of the names of all connected joysticks, an invalid ~dev_name can be specified. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="*"

The output might look like this:

[ INFO]: Found joystick: ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js1).
[ INFO]: Found joystick: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad (/dev/input/js0).
[ERROR]: Couldn't find a joystick with name *. Falling back to default device.

Then the node can be started with the device name given in the list. For example:

rosrun joy joy_node _dev_name:="Microsoft X-Box 360 pad"

Advanced Parameters

  • ~deadzone (double, default: 0.05)

    • Amount by which the joystick has to move before it is considered to be off-center. This parameter is specified relative to an axis normalized between -1 and 1. Thus, 0.1 means that the joystick has to move 10% of the way to the edge of an axis's range before that axis will output a non-zero value. Linux does its own deadzone processing, so in many cases this value can be set to zero.
  • ~autorepeat_rate (double, default: 0.0 (disabled))

    • Rate in Hz at which a joystick that has a non-changing state will resend the previously sent message.
  • ~coalesce_interval (double, default: 0.001)

    • Axis events that are received within coalesce_interval (seconds) of each other are sent out in a single ROS message. Since the kernel sends each axis motion as a separate event, coalescing greatly reduces the rate at which messages are sent. This option can also be used to limit the rate of outgoing messages. Button events are always sent out immediately to avoid missing button presses.

Further Information

For further information have a look at the Wiki page.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package joy

1.11.0 (2017-02-10)

  • fixed joy/Cmakelists for osx
  • Update dependencies to remove warnings
  • Contributors: Marynel Vazquez, Mark D Horn

1.10.1 (2015-05-24)

  • Remove stray architechture_independent flags
  • Contributors: Jonathan Bohren, Scott K Logan

1.10.0 (2014-06-26)

  • First indigo release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

Name
joystick

Dependant Packages

Name Repo Deps
bwi_joystick_teleop github-utexas-bwi-bwi_common
cob_bringup github-ipa320-cob_robots
demo_pioneer github-lagadic-demo_pioneer
grizzly_teleop github-g-grizzly
hector_quadrotor_teleop github-tu-darmstadt-ros-pkg-hector_quadrotor
joystick_drivers github-ros-drivers-joystick_drivers
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pmb2_bringup github-pal-robotics-pmb2_robot
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pr2_bringup github-pr2-pr2_robot
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carl_teleop github-GT-RAIL-carl_bot
cirkit_unit03_driver github-CIR-KIT-Unit03-cirkit_unit03_robot
ca_tools github-AutonomyLab-create_autonomy
husky_control github-husky-husky
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innok_heros_control github-innokrobotics-innok_heros_control
jackal_control github-jackal-jackal
gazebo_drive_simulator github-jsk-ros-pkg-jsk_demos
tra1_moveit_config github-tork-a-minas
mrp2_control github-milvusrobotics-mrp2_common
mrp2_bringup github-milvusrobotics-mrp2_robot
dbw_pacifica_joystick_demo github-NewEagleRaptor-pacifica-dbw-ros
dbw_pacifica_joystick_speed_demo github-NewEagleRaptor-pacifica-dbw-ros
pacmod_game_control github-astuff-pacmod_game_control
puma_motor_driver github-clearpathrobotics-puma_motor_driver
ridgeback_control github-ridgeback-ridgeback
roch_teleop github-SawYer-Robotics-roch
roch_control github-SawYer-Robotics-roch_robot
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safe_teleop_pr2 github-SharedAutonomyToolkit-shared_autonomy_manipulation
safe_teleop_stage github-SharedAutonomyToolkit-shared_autonomy_manipulation
spur_bringup github-tork-a-spur
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teleop_twist_joy github-ros2-teleop_twist_joy
warthog_control github-warthog-cpr-warthog
jog_arm github-UTNuclearRoboticsPublic-jog_arm
magni_teleop github-UbiquityRobotics-magni_robot
svenzva_joy github-SvenzvaRobotics-svenzva_ros
talos_bringup github-pal-robotics-talos_robot
fetch_bringup github-fetchrobotics-fetch_robots
freight_bringup github-fetchrobotics-fetch_robots

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged joy at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.9.10
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-drivers/joystick_drivers.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version hydro-devel
Last Updated 2014-07-01
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

ROS driver for a generic Linux joystick. The joy package contains joy_node, a node that interfaces a generic Linux joystick to ROS. This node publishes a "Joy" message, which contains the current state of each one of the joystick's buttons and axes.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Jonathan Bohren

Authors

  • Morgan Quigley
  • Brian Gerkey
  • Kevin Watts
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Name
joystick

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