ROSLab

Nicola Bezzo, Andrew King, Junkil Park, Radoslav Ivanov, Oleg Sokolsky, and Insup Lee - PRECISE Center, University of Pennsylvania.

ROSLab is a high-level programming environment based on ROS that allows a simplified and intuitive programming of robots with blocks and links within a GUI based interface.

A demonstration of ROSLab to program a ground vehicle. Besides generating the ROS/C++ skeleton code here we also generate the front end user interface (python) that allows to start/stop the robot and visualize data.

A demonstration of ROSLab to program two prototypes of printable quadrotors developed by Prof. Vijay Kumar's group at the GRASP Lab, UPenn.

A demonstration of ROSLab to program a prototype of ant robot developed by Prof. Daniela Rus's group at MIT.

A demonstration of ROSLab to fabricate different type of foldable robots, in collaboration with Prof. Daniela Rus's group at MIT.