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by dds
21 Oct 2020, 15:25
Forum: General questions
Topic: Simulink and V-REP
Replies: 37
Views: 31095

Re: Simulink and V-REP

Hi please check the following: -inside CoppeliaSim Navigate to Tools->User Settings->Various Settings; then and uncheck option "Hide console window" -inside console check if there is a message "plugin 'Simulink': load succeeded." If the message does not appear, it means that the dll was not copied t...
by dds
09 Oct 2020, 13:29
Forum: General questions
Topic: Shared Memory Plugin For VREP /Matlab Communication
Replies: 14
Views: 9047

Re: Shared Memory Plugin For VREP /Matlab Communication

Hi. The plugin is out of date for the new version of CoppeliaSim. If what you need is to communicate Simulink and CoppeliaSim, I would recommend using this new plugin: Source: https://github.com/santdiego/simExtSimulink Compiled: https://github.com/santdiego/simExtSimulink/tags .Although the underly...
by dds
04 Sep 2020, 19:44
Forum: General questions
Topic: Jacobian structure and computation
Replies: 3
Views: 121

Re: Jacobian structure and computation

Hello, sorry, haven't forgotten your other question, but it will take some more time until I can have a look at this. About this question, maybe it is easiest if you directly look at the source code related to that : the last function on that page is what you wanna look at. Also the function perfor...
by dds
02 Sep 2020, 15:11
Forum: General questions
Topic: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim
Replies: 5
Views: 130

Re: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim

Thank you very much for the reply. I missed those details, it seems to work very well now. Thank you very much!
by dds
29 Aug 2020, 16:03
Forum: General questions
Topic: Jacobian structure and computation
Replies: 3
Views: 121

Jacobian structure and computation

Hi. I have some doubts about how CoppeliaSim computes the Jacobian. Lets said I have 2 arms of 6 DOF each mounted on torso of 2 DOF, I would expect that Jacobian has 12 rows ( position and orientation of each arm tip) and 14 columns (one colum for each DOF). I know that Jacobian can be retrieved by ...
by dds
28 Aug 2020, 15:26
Forum: General questions
Topic: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim
Replies: 5
Views: 130

Re: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim

Hi, thank you for you answer. The orientation part improved by doing: ref = C7Vector ((C4Vector (aux_quat [3], aux_quat [0], aux_quat [1], aux_quat [2])), C3Vector (aux_pos)); However it works much worse than in CopperiaSIM. For example, at the beginning of the simulation in CoppeliaSim, as the pose...
by dds
27 Aug 2020, 21:05
Forum: General questions
Topic: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim
Replies: 5
Views: 130

Re: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim

I suspect that my problem comes mainly from the orientation side. To convert from the simulator reference to the internal model reference I use: simxGetObjectPosition(clientID, sim_tip_target, sim_base,aux_pos, simx_opmode_streaming); simxGetObjectQuaternion(clientID, sim_tip_target, sim_base,aux_qu...
by dds
26 Aug 2020, 16:09
Forum: General questions
Topic: Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim
Replies: 5
Views: 130

Stand Alone Kinematics in CoppeliaSim

Hi. I'm exploring the standalone kinematics in CoppeliaSim. I made a very simple program to compute te kinematics of the "7 dof manipulator.ttm" seems to work pretty well (Except for some mistake I'm making in the orientation). However when I try some more complex configuration (kinematic chain with...
by dds
24 Aug 2020, 03:16
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: Error compiling "standAloneKinematicsDemo1"
Replies: 1
Views: 95

Error compiling "standAloneKinematicsDemo1"

Hi. When trying to compile the example "standAloneKinematicsDemo1" I get the multiple errors in coppeliaKinematicsRoutines\sceneObject.cpp: - error: C2065: 'simOne': undeclared identifier - error: C2065: 'simZero': undeclared identifier - sceneObject.cpp:98: error: C2660: 'C4Vector::setAngleAndAxis'...
by dds
03 May 2020, 00:37
Forum: General questions
Topic: Simulink and V-REP
Replies: 37
Views: 31095

Re: Simulink and V-REP