Using ROS 2 Transforms to Calculate Object Positions - Foxglove

In the latest tutorial on the Foxglove blog, we cover how ROS 2 transforms can help us calculate the position of an object detected by a robot’s sensors – by using the ROS tf2 library.

By leveraging the tf2 library, you can easily help your robots’ sensors and actuators work better together.

For a reference to all the code covered in this post, check out our foxglove/tutorials GitHub repo.

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