"simulation" tag
From left to right: Pioneer robots and the Foot-bot robot

Open Source Robotics: Multi-Robot Simulators

This is the second article in a series that focuses on open source software for robotics. [Read Part 1: Open Source Robotics Software Platforms.] This time we introduce the Linux enthusiast to multi-robot…

Robot Operating System

Open Source Robotics Software Platforms

This first article in the series on open source software for robotic introduces the reader to open source robotics software platforms and focuses on the Robot Operating System (ROS). Robotics has always lured…

Creating Realistic Materials

Creating Realistic Materials for Blender Projects

Having completed the three-part series, Animate with Blender, this article focuses on the science behind the process of creating good materials and textures within Blender. If modelling and rigging are the most significant…

A Quantum Leap in HPC?

Onama — A Quantum Leap in HPC

This article introduces readers to Onama, a CDAC-created bundle of well-selected parallel and serial applications for various engineering disciplines. An amalgamation of HPC and open source technologies, it is based on Linux, and…

A screeshot of the Glest gameplay

Work Your Brain Cells with Strategy Games on GNU/Linux

Are you ready to accept the double-barrelled challenge of acquiring hard-to-get natural resources and confronting enemies on the rampage, while in a race against time? GNU/Linux is not all work and no play….

The RoboMSR team

Open Hardware Sparks Innovation in Robotics

Open hardware helps sort out many issues that hamper the advance of robotics in India — the lack of advanced components, insufficient know-how to patch these together into finished products, the high cost…

A Voyage to the Kernel, Day 7

[Segment 2.2] We are about to enter the core part of this segment—algorithms.

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