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leJOS Features, Moving around

leJOS Navigation

This is the start of a series of blog posts on leJOS navigation.

The leJOS navigation classes allow you to move robots around, find out where you robot is, use maps, avoid obstacles, and calculate paths to get to where you want to go.

The first post looks at moving robots around, using classes known as “pilots”.

The second post looks at pose providers, which determine a robot’s location and heading.

The third post show you how to add object detection to your navigation application.

The fourth post in the series discusses waypoint navigation.

The fifth post is on mapping.

The sixth post is on path finding, and the seventh post is on the navigation model and PC mapping applications.

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One thought on “leJOS Navigation

  1. Thank you, good articles for new lejos developers!

    Posted by Dmitriy | 2015/11/03, 01:07

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