Willow Garage posted these videos of all the presentations at this years ROSCon and we thought we'd compile ths list for you here. 11+ hours of great content.

The Complete ROSCon 2012 Presentation Videos

Luke Hetherington | RoboticsTomorrow

Willow Garage posted these videos of all the presentations at this years ROSCon and we thought we'd compile ths list for you here. 11+ hours of great content.

 

  • Day Two Opening Remarks (2mins[youtube]
  • Day Two Keynote: Architecting Real-time Control of Robonaut 2 using ROS and Orocos (56mins[youtube]
  • Understanding tf (38mins[youtube]
  • The current state and future of multi-master, multi-robot systems using ROS (35mins[youtube]
  • Writing Hardware Drivers (40mins[youtube] [slides]
  • Understanding the Kinect (42mins[youtube]
  • ROS on Windows (19mins[youtube]
  • The ROS wiki how to make the best use of it (19mins[youtube]
  • Measuring and Tracking Code Quality in ROS (22mins[youtube]
  • Teaching Robotics with ROS: Experiences, Suggestions, and Tales of Woe (20mins[youtube]
  • Robot Web Applications (22mins[youtube]
  • Using Open Sound Control Hardware and Software with ROS (13mins[youtube]
  • Closing Remarks (4mins[youtube]

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