Thanks for your answer. To try it you will need two main things.
First, you have to
git pull the Academy (copy your solution before if you don’t want to lose it). The new version of the exercise comes with two launch files. The first one
drone_cat_mouse.launch launch the exercise as it did before. However, now you will only see one teleoperation window, the cat one. To launch the autonomous mouse you have to run the second launch file,
autonomous_mouse.launch, in a new terminal. The following example shows how it works:
roslaunch autonomous_mouse.launch mouse:=0
Notice that you have four different mice to try (from o to 3) your solution. The difficulty increases with the number of mice. Also, you don’t have to shut down the whole exercise to change between mice, just shut down the mouse itself.
Secondly, to run the autonomous mouse, you will need to test the new version of the drone_wrapper package. This is not as simple as it looks. The official ROS package has not been released yet (it will be released soon), so for the moment you have to
git clone the package, copy it to your
catkin_ws\src and do a catkin rebuild. This execution sequence shows the process:
git clone https://github.com/JdeRobot/drones.git
After that, you will have installed the new
drone_wrapper package and you will be ready to try it with the drone_cat exercise.
Write me if you have any problem during installation or if you have any question about it.