In this post, you will learn how to connect a LiDAR to your Raspberry Pi 4 Model B using ROS Melodic on Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.3.
I'm incrementally re-purposing the AWS DeepRacer for general purpose mobile robotics tasks including parallel-parking and lane-following.
Nox is a nice (and time-consuming) robot which uses SLAM (ROS) with a Kinect to navigate in its environment.
A simple ROS robot which can navigate with terminal commands.
Autonomous, dynamic obstacle avoidance on a mobile robot
FlyingROS is a set of tools and libraries helping you to make autonomous flight with your multicopter.
Andruino R2 is an open educational low-cost (components about 35€/USD) using ROS and with clouds connection
I suffered, so you wouldn't have to! This article describes the process of compiling ROS Melodic from source on new Raspberry Pi 4.
This tutorial explains how to emit live video streaming in your Web-Browser. FPV.
In this project, I'll show you how to use rosserial on ESP32 to connect that popular and affordable Wi-Fi microcontroller with the ROS.
An autonomous mobile robot that searches for your teacup.
This tutorial explains how to control and visualize the IMU Erle-Brain 2 with the Robot Operating System (ROS).
Autonomous Surveillance Car (QUICKBOT), for providing security system at a micro level.
Controlling the Erle-Spider via Twitch.tv bot. A project inspired by TwitchPlaysPokemon and based on a previous project by erle.
An open-source robotic arm using PC with ROS, STM32, and CAN bus.
A company assistant robot that can deliver docs, food to employees, autonomously map and navigate the whole office with a chatting system.
Small project done during the first hacking session at Erle Robotics.
Implementation of a 'text to morse' block for the erle-brain.
This tutorial explains how to control the status LEDs from Erle-Brain 2 with the Robot Operating System (ROS).
Control a robotic car, running ROS on a Raspberry Pi with an Android app.
When we want to test our algorithms in robotic applications, we require feedback from the robot's pose. Let's build a sensor just for that!