- Support matlab R2012b
- A bunch of various optimization improving responsiveness of request sending.
- Support 'fire & forget' mode for sending requests.
- Win64 support, a precompiled Toolbox for windows is available.
- Minor bug fixes.
- Factor out timestamp computation, and make it more robust to lost samples
- Fix velocity input to a flight-controller with only 1 motor
- Fix the sign of the yaw velocity
- Activate dynamic braking only every other period
- Cancel the "motor blocked" callback during dynamic braking
- Older g++ (4.5) does not like C-like struct initializers
- In C client metadata, export numeric default values as numeric json data
- Catch all exceptions in ros_init() from C client
- Fix build with ros and gnu ld >= 2.24.90
- Disable static libraries by default
- Support Motive-1.9 (natnet 2.9). Make sure to leave the new 'Y UP' streaming option in Motive untouched. (There is now a 'Z UP' option...)
- Support the unicast streaming option of Motive (typically for Wifi connections). Multicast is still supported, and Motive streaming configuration can even be changed online without disrupting clients. Beware that each 'unicast' stream loads the streaming machine, and that unicast streams can only be stopped by stopping the streaming on the server.
- Timestamp frame data more precisely (using E. Olson algorithm).
- The 'connect' request now returns as soon a a connection is established, so that connection errors are more easily detected.
- Export an optional timestamp associated to received data.
- Add a 'catch-up with delay' parameter to tk3_pacer
- Add an output port with the current time in the pacer block
- Set a hardcoded 40A limit in the motor controller.
- Bump the soft limit from 15A to 35A in the maximum current setting.
- Add a sequence number to each periodic message (imu, motor velocity, battery)
This is a very preliminary release. At the moment this component contains lots of debugging code. The interface is not stabilized either, and this requires a motion capture component (hardcoded).