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Version 0.3.0
License BSD
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Checkout URI https://github.com/locusrobotics/robot_navigation.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version noetic
Last Updated 2021-01-08
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
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Package Description

Demos for testing/demonstrating the robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

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  • David V. Lu!!

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robot_nav_viz_demos

Demos for testing/demonstrating robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

Color Util Demos

To see a simple tool for visualizing color_util blending, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos spectrum_demo.launch. To see what all the named colors look like, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos named_colors_demo.launch

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos grid_demo.launch

This will launch two processes. * pong is a simple script for generating NavGridOfDoubles and NavGridOfDoublesUpdate data with an ever-expanding range of values. * Note that 0 is set as the Ignore Value, which means that it is set to transparent (with some palettes) and the min/max range ignores that value. * The second plays back the data from demo_grids.bag which contains NavGridOfChars and NavGridOfCharsUpdate data. * The bag data only contains 6 values (by design) and thus requires custom palettes to fully appreciate. There are two contained within demo_palettes.cpp, called mega and green. This demonstrates the capabilities of the pluginlib approach for the palettes.

Polygons Demo

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos polygons.launch

This shows off the new Polygon-based display types. * In the center, is a single Polygon2DStamped in the form of a simple star. Like all of the Polygon displays here, you can choose to display the outline, the filled in polygon, or both, as well as customize colors for each. * Outside of that is a Polygon2DCollection, i.e. an array of possibly Complex polygons (i.e. polygons with holes). Each of the rings represents a polygon with an outer and inner outline. There are three different fill-color styles you can choose. By default, it shows everything in one color. You can also switch it to use color information from the message, which should display a rainbow. You can also choose a set of unique colors from the color_util package if the color information is not included in the message. * The small star spinning farthest away has the type geometry_msgs::PolygonStamped. It is the same as the standard rviz::PolygonDisplay except it can also be filled in. You can enable the old-style polygon display for comparison.

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Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.3.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/locusrobotics/robot_navigation.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version melodic
Last Updated 2021-01-08
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Demos for testing/demonstrating the robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

robot_nav_viz_demos

Demos for testing/demonstrating robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

Color Util Demos

To see a simple tool for visualizing color_util blending, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos spectrum_demo.launch. To see what all the named colors look like, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos named_colors_demo.launch

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos grid_demo.launch

This will launch two processes. * pong is a simple script for generating NavGridOfDoubles and NavGridOfDoublesUpdate data with an ever-expanding range of values. * Note that 0 is set as the Ignore Value, which means that it is set to transparent (with some palettes) and the min/max range ignores that value. * The second plays back the data from demo_grids.bag which contains NavGridOfChars and NavGridOfCharsUpdate data. * The bag data only contains 6 values (by design) and thus requires custom palettes to fully appreciate. There are two contained within demo_palettes.cpp, called mega and green. This demonstrates the capabilities of the pluginlib approach for the palettes.

Polygons Demo

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos polygons.launch

This shows off the new Polygon-based display types. * In the center, is a single Polygon2DStamped in the form of a simple star. Like all of the Polygon displays here, you can choose to display the outline, the filled in polygon, or both, as well as customize colors for each. * Outside of that is a Polygon2DCollection, i.e. an array of possibly Complex polygons (i.e. polygons with holes). Each of the rings represents a polygon with an outer and inner outline. There are three different fill-color styles you can choose. By default, it shows everything in one color. You can also switch it to use color information from the message, which should display a rainbow. You can also choose a set of unique colors from the color_util package if the color information is not included in the message. * The small star spinning farthest away has the type geometry_msgs::PolygonStamped. It is the same as the standard rviz::PolygonDisplay except it can also be filled in. You can enable the old-style polygon display for comparison.

CHANGELOG
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Wiki Tutorials

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Messages

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Recent questions tagged robot_nav_viz_demos at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.3.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/locusrobotics/robot_navigation.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version kinetic
Last Updated 2021-01-08
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Demos for testing/demonstrating the robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

robot_nav_viz_demos

Demos for testing/demonstrating robot_nav_rviz_plugins and color_util packages

Color Util Demos

To see a simple tool for visualizing color_util blending, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos spectrum_demo.launch. To see what all the named colors look like, run roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos named_colors_demo.launch

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos grid_demo.launch

This will launch two processes. * pong is a simple script for generating NavGridOfDoubles and NavGridOfDoublesUpdate data with an ever-expanding range of values. * Note that 0 is set as the Ignore Value, which means that it is set to transparent (with some palettes) and the min/max range ignores that value. * The second plays back the data from demo_grids.bag which contains NavGridOfChars and NavGridOfCharsUpdate data. * The bag data only contains 6 values (by design) and thus requires custom palettes to fully appreciate. There are two contained within demo_palettes.cpp, called mega and green. This demonstrates the capabilities of the pluginlib approach for the palettes.

Polygons Demo

roslaunch robot_nav_viz_demos polygons.launch

This shows off the new Polygon-based display types. * In the center, is a single Polygon2DStamped in the form of a simple star. Like all of the Polygon displays here, you can choose to display the outline, the filled in polygon, or both, as well as customize colors for each. * Outside of that is a Polygon2DCollection, i.e. an array of possibly Complex polygons (i.e. polygons with holes). Each of the rings represents a polygon with an outer and inner outline. There are three different fill-color styles you can choose. By default, it shows everything in one color. You can also switch it to use color information from the message, which should display a rainbow. You can also choose a set of unique colors from the color_util package if the color information is not included in the message. * The small star spinning farthest away has the type geometry_msgs::PolygonStamped. It is the same as the standard rviz::PolygonDisplay except it can also be filled in. You can enable the old-style polygon display for comparison.

CHANGELOG
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Wiki Tutorials

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