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2013-07-03 10:09:20 -0500 commented answer DRCsim Atlas robot inverse kinematics

Thanks. Best regards, Ricardo Martins

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2013-04-22 10:32:46 -0500 asked a question DRCsim Atlas robot inverse kinematics

Dear all,

I am developing a simple application using DRCsim 2.3 (DARPA Robotics Challenge Simulator) and Gazebo 1.6 .

By now, in a simple application, I am trying to control only the robotic arms of ATLAS. I want to place the robotic arms end links (lhand and rhand) in specific given poses of the workspace.

How can I do that using DRCsim and Gazebo + ROS? I have read some suggestions related to the determination of inverse kinematics in other applications (PR2, etc) that have used the package http://www.ros.org/wiki/arm_kinematics

Should I follow the same approach for Atlas robot? Or DRCsim integrates better (performance, accuracy) nativeinterfaces to control the ATLAS robot in Cartesian space? What are them?

Thanks for your attention and answers

Regards, Ricardo