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2019-05-06 09:10:52 -0600 commented question Best package to estimate object pose using camera

maybe this is relevant: https://paperswithcode.com/task/6d-pose-estimation

2019-05-06 09:02:44 -0600 commented question moveit demo.launch

can you try launching planning_context.launch to check if your urdf, srdf and yaml files are being loaded correctly?

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2019-04-15 11:26:54 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 11:23:32 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 11:17:05 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 11:14:17 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 11:08:37 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 09:45:26 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 09:41:37 -0600 edited answer Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

2019-04-15 09:17:22 -0600 commented answer Custom message including numpy arrays

Fair point. The other alternative is using multiarray and that is kind of awkward. I will edit my answer to contain both

2019-04-15 06:05:17 -0600 answered a question Custom message including numpy arrays

It is kind of hacky, but the way I solved this problem was by using sensor_msgs.msg.Image and cvbridge instead of the nu

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2019-03-11 09:54:49 -0600 edited answer Passing arguments to callback in Python

Additionally to the answer presented you can use a lambda like: def callback(data, dict_1, dict_2): ... callback_la

2019-03-11 09:53:36 -0600 answered a question Passing arguments to callback in Python

Additionally to the answer presented you can use a lambda like: def callback(data, dict_1, dict_2): ... callback_la

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2019-02-21 12:39:02 -0600 edited question sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3

sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3 I am trying to compile ros from source to run some python

2019-02-21 12:37:38 -0600 edited question sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3

sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3 I am trying to compile ros from source to run some python

2019-02-21 12:17:17 -0600 asked a question sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3

sensor_msgs/Image generates float instead of int with python3 I am trying to compile ros from source to run some python

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2019-01-10 10:27:02 -0600 edited answer Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 10:25:38 -0600 edited answer Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 10:25:27 -0600 edited answer Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 10:24:55 -0600 edited answer Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 10:24:28 -0600 edited answer Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 10:23:56 -0600 answered a question Roslaunch using different port?

there is an example from ros-comm on how to do this, basically it is an undocumented parameter ssh-port you need to set

2019-01-10 09:50:11 -0600 commented answer Roslaunch using different port?

this does not work (at least on my system). when trying to connect, ros just uses port 22 and disregards the config from

2018-12-19 05:07:31 -0600 commented answer flexbe wont show source code

Solved. Thank you!

2018-12-19 05:07:17 -0600 marked best answer flexbe wont show source code

Hi All,

When I try to use the flexbe_app to show source code of a state in Statemachine Editor, I get the following error terminal error message

I've followed this tutorial http://philserver.bplaced.net/fbe/dow... and also installed ros-bridge and ran rosdep.

I run things with roslaunch flexbe_app flexbe_full.launch

I can run the first tutorial, so things seem okay enough.

I think I've located the line of the error in ui_panels_stateproperties.js, l:677, and I think it might be either

(1) a problem of trying to locate the default editor (?), but flexbe_app does open gedit when I ask to edit code from the main window,

(2) a path problem where my states are not really created properly as files or something is not being initialized(??)

Unfortunately I never used js, so I don't know what else to look for.

Thanks very much for the help!

Edit: I've rebuilt and sourced the workspace without generic_flexbe_states and the error seems to be the same. I can still see the different generic states when I try to "Add State", so I think maybe I am not loading them (?)

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2018-12-14 09:31:42 -0600 edited question flexbe wont show source code

flexbe wont show source code Hi All, When I try to use the flexbe_app to show source code of a state in Statemachine E

2018-12-14 09:03:53 -0600 commented question flexbe wont show source code

Oh, thanks! Done.

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2018-12-14 09:03:41 -0600 edited question flexbe wont show source code

flexbe wont show source code Hi All, When I try to use the flexbe to show source code, I get the following error I'v

2018-12-14 06:42:27 -0600 edited question flexbe wont show source code

flexbe wont show source code Hi All, When I try to use the flexbe to show source code, I get the following error (see

2018-12-14 06:37:01 -0600 asked a question flexbe wont show source code

flexbe wont show source code Hi All, When I try to use the flexbe to show source code, I get the following error (see

2018-10-30 18:53:16 -0600 answered a question video_stream_opencv video_file.launch [error]

Not really an answer, but I can give the logs @awesomebytes was asking for: $ roslaunch video_stream_opencv video_file.

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2017-11-16 12:40:15 -0600 marked best answer splitting srdf, urdf files

Is it possible to have a srdf file (and as a matter of fact a urdf file as well) that are split into multiple files?

I was reading the docs and an <include> doesn't seem to exist.

Why do I want this? I have a robot with a modular design.

Or will I have to write a script to generate these files?