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There are multiple options:

  • Using the animated view controller plugin to control the camera via ROS messages (not released yet): https://github.com/ros-visualization/rviz_animated_view_controller
  • Setting the "target frame" to a special tf frame you create for that purpose
  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin
  • Use the C++ API (see VisuzlizationManager::getCurrentViewController, ViewController::setTargetFrame and ViewController:lookAt)

There are multiple options:

  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin (the most powerful option)
  • Using the animated view controller plugin to control the camera via ROS messages (not released yet): https://github.com/ros-visualization/rviz_animated_view_controller
  • Setting the "target frame" to a special tf frame you create for that purpose
  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin
  • Use the C++ API (see VisuzlizationManager::getCurrentViewController, ViewController::setTargetFrame and ViewController:lookAt)

There are multiple options:

  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin (the most powerful option)
  • Using Use the animated view controller plugin to control the camera via ROS messages (not released yet): https://github.com/ros-visualization/rviz_animated_view_controller
  • Setting Set the "target frame" to a special tf frame you create for that purpose
  • Use the C++ API (see VisuzlizationManager::getCurrentViewController, ViewController::setTargetFrame and ViewController:lookAt)

There are multiple options:

  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin (the most powerful option)
  • Use the animated view controller plugin to control the camera via ROS messages (not released yet): https://github.com/ros-visualization/rviz_animated_view_controller
  • Set the "target frame" to a special tf frame you create for that purpose
  • Use the C++ API (see VisuzlizationManager::getCurrentViewController, VisualizationManager::getCurrentViewController, ViewController::setTargetFrame and ViewController:lookAt)

There are multiple options:

  • Add a specialized view controller to your plugin (the most powerful option)
  • Use the animated view controller plugin to control the camera via ROS messages (not released yet): https://github.com/ros-visualization/rviz_animated_view_controller
  • Set the "target frame" to a special tf frame you create for that purpose
  • Use the C++ API (see VisualizationManager::getCurrentViewController, ViewController::setTargetFrame and ViewController:lookAt)

You will find more information in the tutorials and API docs via the ROS Wiki: http://www.ros.org/wiki/rviz