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Exclude everything except specific models from simulated camera rendering

asked 2016-01-10 04:05:02 -0600

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Hi guys,

is it possible to exclude distinct parts of the scene graph, only for the simulated camera? I want to use both, the typical gzclient for visualization as well as a simulated camera which only renders models, i have defined a priori. I've seen, that there is something similar with the SkyX moon and clouds visualization. They seem to be de-activated during the rendering of the simulated camera view:

// Disable clouds and moon on server side until fixed and also to improve performance this->scene->SetSkyXMode(rendering::Scene::GZ_SKYX_ALL & ~rendering::Scene::GZ_SKYX_CLOUDS & ~rendering::Scene::GZ_SKYX_MOON);

Is it possible to do this for

  • ground color
  • models, like the ground plane e.g.,
  • sky color gradient ?

With best regards,

Marc

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answered 2016-01-11 12:25:39 -0600

For the models you don't want to see, you might be able to do it by setting their visibility flag to GZ_VISIBILITY_GUI. This is how we keep things like joint visuals from showing up on cameras.

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This seems to be an approach for models, but how to exclude the ground color (not ground plane) and the sky from rendering?

VehS gravatar imageVehS ( 2016-01-11 12:49:10 -0600 )edit

I'm not sure what you mean by the ground color, The default ground plane on Gazebo is a model like any other. I don't know if a straight forward solution for the sky, maybe you can disable it completely and change the background color?

chapulina gravatar imagechapulina ( 2016-01-11 12:57:21 -0600 )edit
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