357Re: MS Robotics Studio on Intellibrain?
- Apr 7, 2009latency of communication might not be the bottleneck here. The " .net serializer" uses the same communication for MSRS robot control. I haven't used it so, cant comment on how "useful" it really is.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Peter Chatterton" <peter@...> wrote:
> Thanks, but what I'm interested in is a fully autonomous robot.
> I was wondering about using MSRS and a superficial search
> didn't deny the possibility but that is just what you would expect
> when you think about it!
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> The example integration with MS Robotics studio runs the HostInterface example on the IntelliBrain-Bot, which allows the PC running MSRS to control the robot remotely from the PC. A good way to partition the intelligence is to use a hybrid model where the IntelliBrain controller does reactive control while the PC does deliberative control. For example, the PC might determine the robot should go from point A to point B to point C. The PC would tell the robot to go to point B. The IntelliBrain controller would navigate to point B avoiding obstacles in between. The latency of communication between the PC and the robot makes it impractical for the PC to perform demanding real-time tasks such as steering the robot to stay on course.
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> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "peter_chatterton2001" <peter@> wrote:
> > Surely this is only possible when all the computing is done on a PC?
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