S-Curve Calculation

Bioloid robot kit from Korean company Robotis; CM5 controller block, AX12 servos..
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Post by real88 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:01 am

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Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:01 am

newbie here, can any explain for me how the s curve coding work and wat are the variable stand for....

thx
newbie here, can any explain for me how the s curve coding work and wat are the variable stand for....

thx
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Post by StuartL » Thu Jul 09, 2009 10:34 pm

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Post by buhochileno » Wed Jul 22, 2009 4:49 am

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Wed Jul 22, 2009 4:49 am

... is there any chance you could share these walking motion sequences files so that I could somehow translate it into Bioloid Motion file?


Hi Mic, any luck with that?, I mean if you was able to use the wallking sequences from cosa (witch are greats btw) with a regular motion file?

also kind of confuse here, the cosa movements are calculated by a s-curve and then values send to the servos step/frame by step/frame right?

thanks..
... is there any chance you could share these walking motion sequences files so that I could somehow translate it into Bioloid Motion file?


Hi Mic, any luck with that?, I mean if you was able to use the wallking sequences from cosa (witch are greats btw) with a regular motion file?

also kind of confuse here, the cosa movements are calculated by a s-curve and then values send to the servos step/frame by step/frame right?

thanks..
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Post by limor » Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:37 am

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Post by buhochileno » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:03 pm

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Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:03 pm

limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

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limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:30 pm

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Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:30 pm

buhochileno wrote:
limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

Mauricio


May be Motion Editor - Speed, Accel and S-Curves?
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limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

Mauricio


May be Motion Editor - Speed, Accel and S-Curves?
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Post by buhochileno » Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:42 am

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siempre.aprendiendo wrote:
buhochileno wrote:
limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

Mauricio


May be Motion Editor - Speed, Accel and S-Curves?


that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..
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buhochileno wrote:
limor wrote:bioloid wiki


ok thats your answer limor?, I know that link and it is a very usefull collection of links for severall bioloid resources, but I made a specific question about the cose wallking motion sequences using a regular motion file, can you tell me where is the answer to that in the link?

Mauricio


May be Motion Editor - Speed, Accel and S-Curves?


that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..
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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Fri Jul 24, 2009 5:33 pm

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Well, there is the information or the knowledge

"how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files" is probably your work or the work for anyone thta is interested in it...
Well, there is the information or the knowledge

"how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files" is probably your work or the work for anyone thta is interested in it...
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Post by StuartL » Sun Jul 26, 2009 7:38 am

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buhochileno wrote:that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..


Amateur robotics is still very much a 'create your own solution'. I doubt anyone here has yet got motion files working with Cosa's software. It'll be down to you to try to patch bits of software together.
buhochileno wrote:that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..


Amateur robotics is still very much a 'create your own solution'. I doubt anyone here has yet got motion files working with Cosa's software. It'll be down to you to try to patch bits of software together.
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Post by buhochileno » Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:09 am

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StuartL wrote:
buhochileno wrote:that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..


Amateur robotics is still very much a 'create your own solution'. I doubt anyone here has yet got motion files working with Cosa's software. It'll be down to you to try to patch bits of software together.


Thanks StuartL, sure I going to make the bits that I need, just asking in case it was allready done..


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StuartL wrote:
buhochileno wrote:that don't tell me how to use the motion sequences from cosa with regular mtn files..


Amateur robotics is still very much a 'create your own solution'. I doubt anyone here has yet got motion files working with Cosa's software. It'll be down to you to try to patch bits of software together.


Thanks StuartL, sure I going to make the bits that I need, just asking in case it was allready done..


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Post by snow4997 » Sun Apr 04, 2010 6:24 am

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may i know what i are the x-axis and y-axis for the s-curve graph?
may i know what i are the x-axis and y-axis for the s-curve graph?
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Post by Bullit » Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:00 pm

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In cosa's plots I believe the axes are servo position on the vertical and time interval on the horizontal. If timing is as it is in the CM-5 then each interval is 7.8ms.
In cosa's plots I believe the axes are servo position on the vertical and time interval on the horizontal. If timing is as it is in the CM-5 then each interval is 7.8ms.
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Post by snow4997 » Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:04 pm

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Bullit: thxxx for ur reply

may i noe are there any tutorial on any website that can teach me how to get the servos data and plot a graph? so far i what is know is using Matlab/simulink.....
Bullit: thxxx for ur reply

may i noe are there any tutorial on any website that can teach me how to get the servos data and plot a graph? so far i what is know is using Matlab/simulink.....
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