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DRC robot doesn't move repeatably between runs

Extracted from question 2665

When executing certain movement based commands, the atlas robot does not perform the same action any two times in a row even though it has been specifically told to perform the same thing it just did last simulation. For example, if you tell atlas to turn by x degrees, and then stand still, atlas might do the following:

  • Trial 1) Actually Turn X degrees and Successfully Stand Still
  • Trial 2) Actually Turn X degrees and fall to the right
  • Trial 3) Actually Turn X degrees and fall forward
  • Trial 4) Turn Y Degrees and fall backward
  • Trial 5) Turn Y Degrees and fall to the left

DRC robot doesn't move repeatably between runs

Extracted from question 2665

When executing certain movement based commands, the atlas robot does not perform the same action any two times in a row even though it has been specifically told to perform the same thing it just did last simulation. For example, if you tell atlas to turn by x degrees, and then stand still, atlas might do the following:

  • Trial 1) Actually Turn X degrees and and Successfully Stand Still
  • Trial 2) Actually Turn X degrees and fall to to the right
  • Trial 3) Actually Turn X X degrees and fall forward
  • Trial 4) Turn Y Degrees and fall backward
  • Trial 5) Turn Y Degrees and fall to to the left

DRC robot doesn't move repeatably between runsfalls when rotating in place

Extracted from question 2665

When executing certain movement based commands, the atlas robot does not perform the same action any two times in a row even though it has been specifically told to perform the same thing it just did last simulation. For example, if you tell atlas to turn by x degrees, and then stand still, atlas might do the following:

  • Trial 1) Actually Turn X degrees and Successfully Stand Still
  • Trial 2) Actually Turn X degrees and fall to the right
  • Trial 3) Actually Turn X degrees and fall forward
  • Trial 4) Turn Y Degrees and fall backward
  • Trial 5) Turn Y Degrees and fall to the left