We are currently in the phase of updating all the documentation for the Fall 2017
with a new Ubuntu, new Raspberry PI, new ROS, etc.; therefore we have stopped
maintaining this documentation. Please see our
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Getting Started : Start here your Duckietown experience.
Setup Step 0 - buy the parts : purchasing all of the parts to build a Duckiebot
Setup Step 0.5 - soldering boards : how to solder the boards for a Duckiebot
Setup Step 1 - assembling the Duckiebot : all the information you need on assembling a Duckiebot
Setup Step 1.1 - reproducing the Ubuntu image : the ubuntu image we are using on the Duckiebots
Setup Step 1.2 - traffic light assembly : creating a custom Duckiebot traffic light
Setup Step 1.5 - burn the image : burning a Duckiebot image onto an sd card
Setup Step 1.7 - setting up the Buffalo access point v2.0 : more information about that buffalo
Setup Step 1.8 - setting up Ubuntu laptops and the Duckietops : all you could ever want to know about ubuntu duckietops
Setup Step 1.9 - Github basics : how to commit and pull correctly
Setup Step 2.00 - from SD image to RC control : how to get a remote controlled Duckiebot
Setup Step 2.05 - RC control, launched remotely : did the remote control work? see why here!
Setup Step 2.1 - joystick + camera output in remote laptop : getting camera output with that remote controlled Duckiebot!
Setup Step 2.2.1 - wheel calibration : get the Duckiebot to drive straight
Setup Step 2.2.2 - camera calibration : Camera calibration setup
Setup Step 3.- take a log : how to take a log with ROS
Setup Step 4 - creating your own ROS package : making your own ROS package information
Setup Step 4.1 - integrating your new package into the architecture : getting your ROS package to work with Duckietown_msgs
Setup Step 5.0 - LED car setup and test : LEDS are awesome
Virtualbox setup : VirtualBox setup instructions
VMware Setup : VMware setup instructions
Connect to Pi and Buffalo : Using the Buffalo access point for wifi connection.
Getting started with The Construct simulation environment : We are developing a simulation environment for Duckietown.
Checklist - Robot and laptop configuration : getting your robot and laptop configured!
Checklist - what makes a conforming ROS contribution : how to get ROS to work!
Documentation style guide : proper style guidelens for Duckietown documentation
How to reset your SD card : reseting your SD card information and instructions
How to test everything : information about testing everything.
Troubleshooting - network troubleshooting checklist : How to troubleshoot the network connection.
FAQ / How To : Frequently asked questions.
Pointers to Reference Materials for Git, ROS, etc. : putting it all together, git, ROS, etc.
Reflashing your SD card : Reflash the SD card
Source Code Management Rules and Conventions : Rules to make contributions coherent.
Appearance Specification : This document is about the appearance rules for a consistent Duckietown. If you build your own Duckietown: if it adheres to this rule, we guarantee that our robots will work.
Belief Representation : Knowledge and belief representation for the world of Duckietown.
Duckietown Traffic Code : General principles about the traffic rules within Duckietown.
Accounts guide : This document contains instructions for how we would like you to represent yourself online during your Duckietown experience.
Lab 01 - duckiebox distribution : The day we opened the box.
Lab 02 - finalizing the assembly and starting RC : Getting remote control functionality with the Duckiebot.
Module O1 - bootcamp : Going to ROS work with bootcamp lab
Lab 03 - ROS tutorial : A slightly guided tutorial with ROS and Duckiebots.
Module 02 - remote control and data processing : A little more indepedence with the data processing.
Lab 04 - git and conventions : Missing description
Lab 05 - calibration and lane filtering : The Duckiebot still doesn't drive straight. What to do?
Module 03 + 04 - demo or die : Getting to do lane following.
Lab 06 - : Missing description
Duckietown: an Open, Inexpensive and Flexible Platform for Autonomy Education and Research : Manuscript submitted to the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2017