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PTI Lidar Plugin

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  1. Make sure you have the latest version of EZ-Builder installed.
  2. Select the Install button below to download the file.
  3. Double click the downloaded file to open installer.
  4. The installer will add this control to EZ-Builder.

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#1   — Edited
Hey Keenan nice work... I am glad you guys finished this. I will hopefully be attending your presentation on Thursday @ Conostogo College... I am still around helping Stemlabs occasionally but I wish I could of helped you guys out more with this project... 

Cheers Richard
Synthiam
#2  
Very cool project! I'm interested in seeing it as well. I do have a recommendation, that the plugin seems to be built against an old version of EZ-Builder. And the Movement system has changed, so i receive an error when loading it on a recent version of ez-builder.

The recent EZ-Builder moved the movement manager into a new place for easier access from...

From: EZ_Builder.EZBManager.EZBs[0].Movement
To: EZ_Builder.EZBManager.MovementManager

Find out more here: https://synthiam.com/Tutorial/How-To-Make-An-EZ-Builder-Plugin-16328/14

Let me know if there's anything else i can help you with on this great plugin:)
#3  

Quote:

And the Movement system has changed, so i receive an error when loading it on a recent version of EZ-Builder.

The recent EZ-Builder moved the movement manager into a new place for easier access from...

From: EZ_Builder.EZBManager.EZBs[0].Movement
To: EZ_Builder.EZBManager.MovementManager
Yes we noticed this too with the newest update, but as we were nearing the end of the semester we thought it would be easier to stay on the older version as we were unsure how use the controls in the new SDK.

We will definitely look into making these changes!
#4  
Has anyone tried or have information about this? Any updates?
#5  
I am looking forward to an update. This can be a major help in navigation development. Can more information be shared so maybe others can help?
#6   — Edited
I see some Lidar kits consisting of a sensor and interface for around $100.00 USD. Has anyone experimented with such a kit?