New Packages: amigo_simulator tulip_simulator and wire

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From Jos Elfring of Eindhoven University of Technology on ros-users@

Dear all,


Eindhoven University of Technology is proud to announce the release of the following stacks:

  - http://ros.org/wiki/amigo_simulator  - Components needed to simulate our AMIGO-robot in Gazebo
  - http://ros.org/wiki/tulip_simulator  - Components needed to simulate our TUlip-robot in Gazebo
  - http://ros.org/wiki/wire  - Toolkit for constructing a probabilistic world model that keeps track of object identities and properties over time

The wiki pages contain extensive documentation and numerous tutorials which will get you up and running in no time.

Furthermore, information about our robots AMIGO and TUlip - both of which participate in the RoboCup Tournaments - can be found here:

  - http://www.ros.org/wiki/Robots/AMIGO
  - http://www.ros.org/wiki/Robots/TUlip

Of course, we are more than happy to receive any feedback and answer any questions regarding the use of above-mentioned stacks!

Cheers!

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