[ros-users] A customizable user interface for ROS

Jonathan Bohren jonathan.bohren at gmail.com
Thu May 10 21:11:54 UTC 2012

Cool stuff!

-also jon

On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 3:53 PM, Jonathan Claassens
<jclaassens at csir.co.za>wrote:

> Hi All,
> For the past few months I've been developing a Python scriptable GUI for
> ROS that can substitute for RViz, but the main focus was to create
> something that would allow a developer to rapidly craft a user interface
> for a nontechnical user.  It's still very early days and I'd hazard to call
> the repository even alpha yet, however anyone interested in having a look
> can find it at
> https://github.com/jonclaassens/cri/wiki
> Key features are that ROS nodes can submit scripts to the visualizer to
> associate them with standard rViz markers.  Scripts can be made to execute
> when the marker is interacted with in a number of ways.  The menu
> environment of the visualizer is written entirely in PyQT and interacts
> with a C++ core through published getter-setter functions and callbacks.
> I'll be maturing the program over the next few weeks and adding a few
> tutorials.  Comments/suggestions/criticisms would be appreciated...
> Best regards
> Jon
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Jonathan Bohren
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Dynamical Systems and Control Laboratory
Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics
The Johns Hopkins University

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