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Only released in EOL distros:  

hrl_hardware_drivers: force_torque | hrl_hokuyo | hrl_segway_omni | hrl_tilting_hokuyo | pan_tilt_robotis | phantom_omni | robotis | zenither

Package Summary

  • Author: Cressel Anderson, Advait Jain, Hai Nguyen, Advisor: Prof. Charlie Kemp, Lab: Healthcare Robotics Lab at Georgia Tech
  • License: New BSD
  • Source: git https://code.google.com/p/gt-ros-pkg.hrl/ (branch: master)


  1. Usage

Code to control an Animatics Smart Servo. We use the Animatics servos to control Festo linear actuators.


Prior to using this package to control a Festo linear actuator, a set of parameters calibration parameters associated with your individual actuator must be present in zenither_config.py. These calibration parameters are stored using Python dictionaries and will be referred to in code using that set of parameter's key.

After calibration (in Python):

import zenither.zenither as zen
z = zen.Zenither('CALIBRATION_KEY')
z.move_position(.3) # move to a pose 30cm from the ground

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