Commit da305dae authored by Guilhem Saurel's avatar Guilhem Saurel
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remove examples, ref. #26

parent ed1e29ac
This folder contains several serialized ContactSequence objects for different scenarios. They are all made for the Talos humanoid robot, and a simple environment with a flat floor at z=0.
All this file have been generated with the [multicontact-locomotion-planning]( framework.
## Loading the files:
### C++
#include "multicontact-api/scenario/contact-sequence.hpp"
ContactSequence cs;
### Python
from multicontact_api import ContactSequence
cs = ContactSequence()
## Display the motion in gepetto-gui
A script is provided to load a motion and display it in gepetto-gui, this script require pinocchio (with python bindings) and gepetto-gui.
python3 CS_WB_NAME
Optionally, you can specify an environment to load in the viewer (the default is a flat floor at z=0)
python3 CS_WB_NAME --env_name multicontact/plateforme_surfaces
## Suffix notation
For the same scenario, several files may exist with different Suffixes, here is the meaning of this Suffixes:
* No Suffix: only contains the contacts placements, the initial and final CoM position and the initial and final wholeBody configuration.
* _COM Suffix: also contains the phases duration and the centroidal trajectories (c, dc, ddc, L, dL)
* _REF Suffix: also contains the end-effector trajectories for each swing phases
* _WB Suffix: also contains all the WholeBody data (q, dq, ddq, tau, contact forces).
Note that the centroidal and end-effector trajectories contained in this file are not exactly the same as the ones in the _REF file, they are computed from the wholeBody motion.
## Scenarios
### com_motion_above_feet
Contact sequence with only one Contact Phase:
Starting from the reference configuration with both feet in contacts, the CoM is moved above the right feet (in 2 seconds) then above the left feet (in 3 seconds), then go back to the reference position (in 2 seconds).
![com_motion_above_feet motion.](videos/com_motion_above_feet.gif "com_motion_above_feet motion.")
### step_in_place_quasistatic
Starting from the reference configuration with both feet in contact with the ground, the Robot do 2 steps in place with each feet (starting with the right one).
The Centroidal motion is quasi-static : the CoM only move during the double support phase (duration 2s) and is fixed during the single support phase (duration 1.5s).
![step_in_place_quasistatic motion.](videos/step_in_place_quasistatic.gif "step_in_place_quasistatic motion.")
### step_in_place
Similar to above exept that the motion is not quasi-static and the double support duration is 0.2 seconds and the single support last 1 seconds.
![step_in_place motion.](videos/step_in_place.gif "step_in_place motion.")
### walk_20cm
Walk 1 meter forward with 20cm steps, starting with the right foot. The first and last steps are only 10cm long. Double support duration 0.2seconds, single support duration 1.2seconds.
![walk_20cm motion.](videos/walk_20cm.gif "walk_20cm motion.")
### walk_20cm_quasistatic
Similar to above exept that the motion is quasistatic and the CoM only move during the double support phases. Double support duration 2 seconds, single support duration 2 seconds.
![walk_20cm_quasistatic motion.](videos/walk_20cm_quasistatic.gif "walk_20cm_quasistatic motion.")
import argparse
import atexit
import os
import subprocess
import time
import ndcurves
import gepetto.corbaserver
from multicontact_api import ContactSequence
from rospkg import RosPack
import pinocchio as pin
# Define robot model
robot_package_name = "talos_data"
urdf_name = "talos_reduced"
# Define environment
env_package_name = "hpp_environments"
env_name = "multicontact/ground" # default value, may be defined with argument
scene_name = "world"
# timestep used to display the configurations
DT_DISPLAY = 0.04 # 25 fps
def display_wb(robot, q_t):
t = q_t.min()
while t <= q_t.max():
t_start = time.time()
elapsed = time.time() - t_start
if elapsed > DT_DISPLAY:
print("Warning : display not real time ! choose a greater time step for the display.")
time.sleep(DT_DISPLAY - elapsed)
# display last config if the total duration is not a multiple of the dt
if __name__ == '__main__':
# Get cs_name from the arguments:
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description="Load a ContactSequence and display the joint-trajectory in gepetto-gui")
parser.add_argument('cs_name', type=str, help="The name of the serialized ContactSequence file")
parser.add_argument('--env_name', type=str, help="The name of environment urdf file in hpp_environments")
args = parser.parse_args()
cs_name = args.cs_name
if args.env_name:
env_name = args.env_name
# Start the gepetto-gui background process["killall", "gepetto-gui"])
process_viewer = subprocess.Popen("gepetto-gui",
# Load robot model in pinocchio
rp = RosPack()
urdf = rp.get_path(robot_package_name) + '/urdf/' + urdf_name + '.urdf'
robot = pin.RobotWrapper.BuildFromURDF(urdf, pin.StdVec_StdString(), pin.JointModelFreeFlyer())
# Load environment model
cl = gepetto.corbaserver.Client()
gui = cl.gui
env_package_path = rp.get_path(env_package_name)
env_urdf_path = env_package_path + '/urdf/' + env_name + '.urdf'
gui.addUrdfObjects(scene_name + "/environments", env_urdf_path, True)
# Load the motion from the multicontact-api file
cs = ContactSequence()
assert cs.haveJointsTrajectories(), "The file loaded do not have joint trajectories stored."
q_t = cs.concatenateQtrajectories()
display_wb(robot, q_t)
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