[ros-users] object grasping pipeline and tutorials
dang at cs.columbia.edu
Tue Jul 13 21:57:53 UTC 2010
By the way, we did not install fingertip sensor on the grippers.
On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Hao Dang <dang at cs.columbia.edu> wrote:
> Hi Matei,
> I checked out the most recent code from the repository. They compiled
> smoothly. But when I ran
> roslaunch pr2_tabletop_manipulation_launch
> The program suspended and waits for some action client to be there.
> Following are the ROS_INFO printed out.
> [INFO] 1279057792.398460: controller manager: waiting for
> l_gripper_fingersensor_controller/gripper_action to be there
> [INFO] 1279057667.219776: controller manager: waiting for
> r_gripper_fingersensor_controller/gripper_action to be there
> I checked by
> rostopic list | grep l_gripper
> and found there are topics for the actions mentioned above. Following are
> just part of the output related to the specific topic
> Do you have any idea of what we should explore to solve this? Thanks,
> On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Matei Ciocarlie <matei at willowgarage.com>wrote:
>> Hi Adam,
>> The entire grasping pipeline has undergone significant rewriting in
>> preparation for release. We are hoping to do an 0.2 release of it at
>> the end of this week, complete with documentation, a stable API, etc.
>> In the meantime, if you wanted to be an "early adopter" and check out
>> the 0.1 version that would be great, as your feedback would help us
>> for 0.2. You can get the most up to date version using the following
>> .rosinstall overlay file:
>> To use an overlay file, you would first do a normal ROS insallation
>> (of cturtle in this case), then use the overlay file like this:
>> rosinstall target_directory overlay_file_path
>> And be sure to prepend the target directory to your ROS_PACKAGE_PATH
>> To start the manipulation pipeline, use
>> roslaunch pr2_tabletop_manipulation_launch
>> There is no documentation on the wiki yet (we are writing it this
>> week) but the code itself is well documented. You can get an idea of
>> how to run it bu looking in the package pr2_pick_and_place_demos,
>> which contains both Python and C++ examples.
>> Let me know if you have any questions, we'll be glad to assist you.
>> On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Adam Leeper <aleeper at stanford.edu>
>> > Hi-
>> > I was trying to follow this tutorial to grab things in
>> > simulation:
>> > but it seems the names of the packages have changed (I realize that
>> > was last edited February 4th...). Anyway, I found the pr2_arm_navigation
>> > stack but can't seem to find anything directly related to what is
>> > in the tutorial.
>> > I realize the whole stack is probably still going through a lot of
>> > but do the launch files from that tutorial still exist in some form?
>> What is
>> > the "easy" way of trying out some basic grasping?
>> > Thanks,
>> > Adam
>> > Adam Leepercoffee
>> > Stanford University
>> > aleeper at stanford.edu
>> > 719.358.3804
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>> Matei Ciocarlie
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