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tf2_tools

geometry_experimental: tf2 | tf2_bullet | tf2_geometry_msgs | tf2_kdl | tf2_msgs | tf2_ros | tf2_tools

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tf2_tools

geometry_experimental: tf2 | tf2_bullet | tf2_geometry_msgs | tf2_kdl | tf2_msgs | tf2_ros | tf2_tools

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tf2_tools

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tf2_tools

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tf2_tools

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Tully Foote <tfoote AT osrfoundation DOT org>
  • Author: Wim Meeussen
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros/geometry2.git (branch: indigo-devel)
geometry2: tf2 | tf2_bullet | tf2_eigen | tf2_geometry_msgs | tf2_kdl | tf2_msgs | tf2_py | tf2_ros | tf2_sensor_msgs | tf2_tools

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tf2_tools

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Tully Foote <tfoote AT osrfoundation DOT org>
  • Author: Wim Meeussen
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros/geometry2.git (branch: indigo-devel)
geometry2: tf2 | tf2_bullet | tf2_eigen | tf2_geometry_msgs | tf2_kdl | tf2_msgs | tf2_py | tf2_ros | tf2_sensor_msgs | tf2_tools

Package Summary

tf2_tools

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Tully Foote <tfoote AT osrfoundation DOT org>
  • Author: Wim Meeussen
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros/geometry2.git (branch: indigo-devel)

Documentation

Package providing frames visualization tool.

How to use

view_frames is a graphical debugging tool that creates a PDF graph of your current transform tree.

$ rosrun tf2_tools view_frames.py

You probably want to view the graph when you are done, so a typical usage on Ubuntu systems is:

$ rosrun tf2_tools view_frames.py
$ evince frames.pdf

Therefore an helpful shortcut to add in your .bashrc is:

alias tf2='cd /var/tmp && rosrun tf2_tools view_frames.py && evince frames.pdf &'


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