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Topic: Robot Simulation Environment
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Richard Goyette

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Robot Simulation Environment
Posted: Aug 28, 1996 10:22 AM
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Hi:

I need to make a robot simulation environment for my thesis. I wish to
display the robot in a small room with several obstacles. Does anyone have
any suggestions regarding how I should simulate its motion, display it, and
keep track of whether the robot has hit an obstacle? The robot should have
360 degree rotational freedom but I could live with 10 or 15 degree
increments.

Any help would be appreciated and KUDOS in my acknowledgements for all
suggestions.

Rich Goyette

goyette@rmc.ca






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