1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 15, 2017 9:58 AM by MartyG

    Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux ROS Samples for Euclid?

    s_dubois

      Hi,

       

      I have an Euclid, and would be interested by running ros samples from :

      GitHub - IntelRealSense/realsense_samples_ros: Sample code illustrating how to develop ROS applications using the Intel®…

       

      However, those samples use parts of librealsense that do not seem to be present in Euclid's forked version (see librealsense forked? ), for example the "librealsense/object_recognition" folder is absent.

      To reproduce the issue :

           Have librealsense forked version

           Download realsense_ros_object available here: GitHub - IntelRealSense/realsense_samples_ros: Sample code illustrating how to develop ROS applications using the Intel®…

           Put in catkin workspace

           catkin_make

         

      -> compilation fails, error extract :

      "

      In file included from /intel/euclid/euclid_ws/src/realsense_ros_object/src/utils.cpp

      fatal error: librealsense/object_recognition/or_data_interface.h: No such file or directory

      "

       

      As I want to be able to use IMU / fisheye, using the non-forked version of librealsense is not an option for me.

       

      Am I missing something / doing something wrong?

      Has someone tried and succeeded to run those examples?

       

       

      Best,

      Sophie