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Splash Forums Development SDK SendJoystickCommand Example

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    kdk132
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    Hello, we are trying to create a GUI with a virtual joystick similar to the Kinova Virtual Joystick. I see there is an API call for SendJoystickCommand. I have tried using this API but it doesn’t seem to cause any motion. Can you please provide a code sample demonstrating how to use this function call?

    Thanks in advance.

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    martine
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    Hi,

    The virtual joystick in our SDK actually uses the API function SendBasicTrajectory to send Cartesian velocity commands. You can base your code on the SDK Cartesian control example.

    Hope that helps
    Le me know otherwise!

    Martine

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