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tutorials:demo:fetch_and_place [2019/10/07 18:04]
gkazhoya [feedback] put some stuff from Arthur.
tutorials:demo:fetch_and_place [2020/02/06 15:00] (current)
hawkin feedback Alina
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-Arthur got the following feedback from students: 3h isn't enough to complete the tasks, the intro of the tutorial was too long, designators should be explained+Arthur got the following feedback from students: 3h isn't enough to complete the tasks, the intro of the tutorial was too long, designators should be explained. Maybe put a link to those topics at appropriate position. 
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 +Alina got the following feedback from students: 
 +- an introduction to how to navigate and handle Emacs would have been nice at the start 
 +- VM is too slow for some. Laptops'​s we can lend with everything pre-installed would be nice (be it VM or native doesn'​t matter) 
 +- Too little time. Nobody finished Exercise 1 
 +- visualization of poses could be done better (we used Rviz and "point clicked",​ but rotation remains a problem) 
 +- Someone also suggested to do the following: Emacs crash course + basic shortcuts introduction,​ LISP introduction (just show some basic functions since they look very different to other languages. Like, variable definitions,​ let, if, mapcar (it's cool)) and then go to CRAM. (Maybe emphasize rather on plans/​actions which look more like "​natural language"?​) 
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 +Some questions the students had and some answers we weren'​t sure about 
 +- What licence is cram uder (bsd?) 
 +- Can it be used without ROS? -> no. unless someone writes something for it since it's open source 
 +- How does the PR2 know that he dropped something 
 +- Would the belief state work with multiple robots at the same time? -> yes?
  
  
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