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Nox is a nice (and time-consuming) robot which uses SLAM (ROS) with a Kinect to navigate in its environment.
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No I haven't use turtlebot to build this project (the idea was to kinda make a DIY equivalent to the turtlebot with a Raspberry and an Arduino).
I don't know how to interface with the turtlebot motor control so I cannot give an installation guide. If you already have a turtlebot I would suggest you to look into the launch files of the Nox robot to see what nodes I use for mapping and planning and use the same nodes on your turtlebot.
You can find more details on the code and installation on a Raspberry Pi in the Github of the project: https://github.com/RBinsonB/Nox_robot
I stumbled onto that (check dornhege's answer): https://answers.ros.org/question/28890/using-rosserial-for-a-atmega168arduino-based-motorcontroller/
Basically, reducing buffer size might help with your issue. Check the use of "ros::NodeHandle_<ArduinoHardware, 2, 2, 80, 105> nh;" instead of "ros::NodeHandle nh;" (you can change the buffer parameters to lower or increase its size).
Hi Sandaru, sorry for the late reply.
I don't really know what's the issue here but I remember having trouble with memory limitation of Arduino UNO. What percentage of the memory is used by the sketch on the Arduino UNO?
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