Inverse Dynamics and Dynamics Markers

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Daniel Hennes from Maastricht University spent his internship at Willow Garage modeling the dynamics of robotic manipulators using statistical machine learning techniques. He also created a useful visualization utility for ROS/rviz users that enables users to intuitively visualize the joint motor torques of a robot. Please watch the video above for an overview or read the slides below (download pdf) for more technical details. The software is available as open source in the inverse_dynamics and dynamics_markers packages on

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This page contains a single entry by kwc published on January 4, 2011 9:37 AM.

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