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The Professional MRDS project is the most up-to-date repository for the source code examples from the book "Professional Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio". These C# and VPL samples can be used by novices through to advanced programmers to learn about robotics using RDS.
NEW 0.13.0 OpenShowVar is a free Linux, Mac OSX and Windows TCP client for serving as an interface to KUKA Robots. OpenShowVar implements an easy protocol for reading and writing Robot variables used inside a the Robot movement programs.
The Mobile Robot Programming Toolkit (MRPT) is an extensive, cross-platform, and open source C++ library aimed for robotics researchers to design and implement algorithms about Localization, SLAM, Navigation, computer vision. http://www.mrpt.org/
Build custom robots in your browser with IncrediBots! Design your robot by drawing shapes, joints, motors, and more! Then, pilot your machine using your own custom key bindings. NOTE: OPEN SOURCE VERSION CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM "FILES" TAB!
Robocode is a programming game, where the goal is to develop a robot battle tank to battle against other tanks in Java or .NET. The robot battles are running in real-time and on-screen. The motto of Robocode is: Build the best, destroy the rest!
The Player Project: Player is a networked interface to robots and sensors. Stage and Gazebo are Player-friendly multiple-robot simulators. The software aims for POSIX compliance and runs on most UNIX-like OS's. Some parts also work on Windows.
This project contains a collection of robotics algorithms, drivers and tools developed by researchers at Bosch Research and Technology Center in Palo Alto, CA. The project uses the infrastructure provided by ROS.
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming functions for real time computer vision. The library has more than 500 optimized algorithms. It is used to interactive art, to mine inspection, stitching maps on the web on through advanced robotics.
The Mobility Open Architecture Simulation and Tools (MOAST) framework aids in the development of autonomous robots. It includes an architecture, control modules, interface specs, and data sets and is fully integrated with the USARSim simulation system.