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Holonomic Motion Control

A visualisation to the kinematics required for holonomic motion. This is the type of motion you can achieve with mecanum or omni wheels. Use the mouse to set a vector of movement, keys 'a' and 'z' can be used to increase or decrease the angular velocity of the vehicle. The kinematics is relatively easy, since there is no constraint to the way the vehicle can move. The kinematics were taken from the book 'Autonomous Mobile Robots' by Siegwart & Nourbaksh (ISBN 9780262195027). The code is a bit bulky, but it was written to break down the maths as much as possible.

Holonomic Motion Control

A visualisation to the kinematics required for holonomic motion. This is the type of motion you can achieve with mecanum or omni wheels. Use the mouse to set a vector of movement, keys 'a' and 'z' can be used to increase or decrease the angular velocity of the vehicle. The kinematics is relatively easy, since there is no constraint to the way the vehicle can move. The kinematics were taken from the book 'Autonomous Mobile Robots' by Siegwart & Nourbaksh (ISBN 9780262195027). The code is a bit bulky, but it was written to break down the maths as much as possible.
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