Added files, changed it, still getting a bad executable error.
Edited and so it works, with the exception of now losing all of the CBlobResults includes when linking. I'm going to figure that out next.
Changed rviz target to publish constantly
Added vision test photos from fence at noon.
Changed the names of the files in an array-friendlier way, also so they won't have conflicts with people trying to add theirs seperately. The 13 here were taken in the robotics club.
I added screenshots of the images from inside the robotics club. I am going to rename them now, as I just realized I had forgotten to.
Modified nav_lib to cap input for set_velocity and set_yaw between -1 and 1. Also modified CoordToPID to pass timestamp to PID.
Merge branch 'master' of ssh://roboclub.org/home/svn/quadrotor
Added a time thing to PID control
Created file CoordToPID. It takes the simulates coordinates from Tom's simulator and plugs them into Priya's pid to come up with mikrokopter controls.
tested pid_control and fixed it. added the test file for future reference
fixed a semicolon
Fixed callback problem using std::bind
Still some TODO's.
Added a way to spoof target position.
It's an rviz interactive marker which can be controlled by the mouse,and which will publish 3d target positions. There are still some TODO'sin src/rviz_interactive_target.cpp.
changed a few things, tested, and now it outputs a sensor_msgs::point so that the control group can use it. We still need to figure out a target HSV value so that we can use that to test.
Wrote pid control stuff...untested.
Fixed params not loading correctly
Fixed problem in joystick.launch
Major changes in mikrokopter for lost connection
-In nav_lib.cpp, added main_loop, so we don't have to keep rewriting it:). Also, this now publishes to /mk_wrapper/control, which should beused from now on. However, old publish_on still works as it did....
Removed build files from repository
Y U COMMIT BUILD FILES?!!1!
It subscribes to /v2v3_converter/target_3d, and publishes yawproportional to the angle of the target in the horizontal plane. It mayuse the wrong axes and/or turn the wrong way.
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