36362Re: [SeattleRobotics] Processing Language for Robotics?
- Jun 1, 2008One great feature of Processing is that it can export a java applet or
standard jar files so it could be run on any embedded device that supports
those- though I've only used it for graphical output or serial i/o,
interfacing it to anything else might be difficult.
Recently I've made a couple of Processing projects that are related to
robotics, they just demonstrate algorithms:
A* Search (path finding) -
K-Means Clustering (for machine vision) -
On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 7:26 PM, Mike Payson <mike@...> wrote:
> Processing is based on Java, and it's embedded cousin Wiring is based
> on C++. I'm not as familiar with Processing as I am with Wiring, but I
> know that Wiring is basically a set of classes and defines that hide
> some of the more complex aspects of C++. The code compiles just as if
> you had written it directly in C++, and it executes on the MCU at
> native speeds just like C++. I assume that Processing works basically
> the same way, but it executes on a PC.
> On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 2:31 PM, Peter Balch <peterbalch@...<peterbalch%40btinternet.com>>
> > From: "Win Heagy" <wheagy@... <wheagy%40gmail.com>>
> >> Has anyone tried or heard of the Processing Language being used for
> >> robotics work? http://processing.org
> > I wandered around the various links from that site for a while. Many of
> > "exhibition" exhibits were impressive when compared with the small amount
> > code that runs them.
> > Is there an overview of Processing anywhere? Is Processing built on top
> > Java? Is it just Java plus some nice class libraries? What is it?
> > Peter
> > ------------------------------------
> > Visit the SRS Website at http://www.seattlerobotics.orgYahoo! Groups
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