To complete this lab activity, do the following: (1) Define a rotation matrix for R0_6 that is different than mine (in my Python code) (2) Run your Python code with your R0_6 matrix to calculate Theta 4, 5, and 6 (3) Make sure that the R3_6_Check matrix matches the R3_6 matrix, in order to confirm that your Theta 4, 5, and 6 values are valid.
Make a video that includes the following in one video:
(1) You saying your name (2) Your R0_6 matrix (different than mine) entered into your Python code (3) Your Python output showing the values of Theta 4, 5, and 6 (4) Your Python output showing that the R3_6_Check matrix matches the R3_6 matrix
This video introduces the 'spherical wrist' - a 3-degree-of-freedom device that is often attached to the end of a standard type 3-DoF manipulator, together making a single 6-DoF manipulator.
In this video, we learn the procedure for doing inverse kinematics for manipulators with more than 3 degrees of freedom. We do an example of a cylindrical manipulator with spherical wrist, and we solve the problem by writing code in Python.