Difference between revisions of "VRep Tutorials"

From Macro Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(16 intermediate revisions by 3 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
V-Rep is a virtual reality simulation software that allows the simulation of many robotic systems. All objects and models can be individually controlled using, for instance, embedded routines, plug-in's, ROS nodes, or remote servers connected through API's. These routines can be implemented using C/C++, Python, Java, Lua, Matlab, Octave, or Urbi.
+
V-Rep (virtual robot experimentation platform) is a virtual reality simulation software that allows the simulation of many robotic systems. All objects and models can be individually controlled using, for instance, embedded routines, plug-in's, ROS nodes, or remote servers connected through API's. These routines can be implemented using C/C++, Python, Java, Lua, Matlab, Octave, or Urbi.  
 
+
== Installation ==
+
V-REP is available for '''Windows''' (XP SP3 or superior), '''Linux''' (Ubunto or another distribution) or '''MacOS''' (10.6 or superior).
+
The minimum recommended hardware configuration is listed as follows:
+
<br>
+
-RAM: 512 MB;<br>
+
-Hard disk: greater than 50 MB;<br>
+
-Monitor resolution: 1024x768;<br>
+
-Video card: [http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php Passmark] > 200<br>
+
 
+
The software has a free educational version, which can be downloaded in this [http://www.coppeliarobotics.com/downloads.html link].
+
  
 
== Tutorials ==
 
== Tutorials ==
 +
[[VRep Installation]]
 +
 
[[VRep: External Control using Matlab through the remote API]]
 
[[VRep: External Control using Matlab through the remote API]]
 +
 +
[[VRep: How to use the synchronous modus operandi when using remote API]]
 +
 +
[[VRep: How to use V-Rep in Torque/Force mode]]
 +
 +
[[VRep: How to get the dynamic parameters of the robots]]
 +
 +
[[VRep:Tutorial-Vrep Simple Example]]

Latest revision as of 21:37, 22 January 2018

V-Rep (virtual robot experimentation platform) is a virtual reality simulation software that allows the simulation of many robotic systems. All objects and models can be individually controlled using, for instance, embedded routines, plug-in's, ROS nodes, or remote servers connected through API's. These routines can be implemented using C/C++, Python, Java, Lua, Matlab, Octave, or Urbi.

Tutorials

VRep Installation

VRep: External Control using Matlab through the remote API

VRep: How to use the synchronous modus operandi when using remote API

VRep: How to use V-Rep in Torque/Force mode

VRep: How to get the dynamic parameters of the robots

VRep:Tutorial-Vrep Simple Example