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2011/10/7 Rosen Diankov <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > hi guys,
> sorry i'm coming in late for the discussion, i took a look at the 9/27
> meeting notes and had some comments:
> In terms of collada parsers:
> - collada-dom is a very thin wrapper, which makes it easy to put into
> projects, but doesn't do much for you. it can only open the collada
> version it was compiled with.
> - OpenCOLLADA ( http://opencollada.org/ ) - from the authors that
> developed the kinematics standard in collada 1.5. i've been following
> development and it looks really neat, except it has a lot of
> dependencies. it can also open multiple collada versions.
> So far we've been choosing collada-dom and have written parsers for
> ROS, OpenRAVE, OpenHRP, and EusLisp. Unfortunately the original
> authors of collada-dom have given up on it in favor of OpenCOLLADA, so
> somehow i got tricked into maintaining it (yes the fun ;0) ). Although
> OpenCOLLADA is more supported, If you know what you are doing, it
> takes about a two days to write a importing/exporter with collada-dom
> and your library, so it isn't that bad.
> We keep a database of planning-ready collada robots here, which we
> update regularly:
> https://openrave.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/openrave/data/robots/ >
> (unzip the zae files to get the dae files)
> We also maintain a set of robot-specific extensions here:
> http://openrave.programmingvision.com/wiki/index.php/Format:COLLADA >
> The extensions do include sensor definitions and how to attach sensors
> to robots.
> hope this helps,
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