@evanatherton evanatherton released this Sep 19, 2018 · 1 commit to master since this release

Assets 8

What's new?

  • Added Analysis module that includes graphing of Position, Velocity, Acceleration, and Jerk!
  • Enabled soft IK reach tracking. Solver finds closest IK solution, even if robot can't physically reach the IK Handle
  • Added support for referencing/namespacing of rigs
  • Added export progress bar to Mimic UI
  • Added new robot rigs for ABB, KUKA, and Staubli
  • Improved robustness of exporting programs
  • Improved annotations, comments, warnings, dialogs throughout
  • Improved the Mimic codebase and squashed bugs throughout

What's next?

  • More tutorials and documentation.
  • Support for I/Os
  • Support for Communication
  • Full support for Poses and Configurations.

Important Note:

The new Analysis module is dependent on the NumPy library. Please read the installation instructions carefully

  • For most users, the only required download is Mimic-v1.2.zip (includes only a few rigs).
  • To obtain more robot rigs, download a rigs archive and merge it into mimic/rigs.
  • There may be backwards-compatibility issues. For the best experience, use the latest code with the latest rigs; otherwise, start fresh with the material provided in this release.
  • For installation instructions and a list of supported robots, see our README.
  • Tutorials can be found at mimicformaya.com.

@revenantspatium revenantspatium released this May 17, 2018 · 58 commits to master since this release

Assets 7

What's new?

  • Added new robot rigs for ABB, KUKA, and Staubli!
  • Support for External Axes!
  • Partial support for Poses, Configurations, linear motion (ABB only)
  • Support for Sampling Keyframes Only user option
  • Improved sub-keyframe velocity, user-option, and program checks.
  • Improved robustness of IK/FK keyframing
  • Improved annotations, comments, warnings, dialogs throughout
  • Improved the Mimic codebase and squashed bugs throughout

What's next?

  • More tutorials and documentation.
  • Support for I/Os
  • Support for Communication
  • Full support for Poses and Configurations.

  • For most users, the only required download is Mimic-v1.1.zip (includes only a few rigs).
  • To obtain more robot rigs, download a rigs archive and merge it into mimic/rigs.
  • There may be backwards-compatibility issues. For the best experience, use the latest code with the latest rigs; otherwise, start fresh with the material provided in this release.
  • For installation instructions and a list of supported robots, see our README.
  • Tutorials can be found at mimicformaya.com.

@revenantspatium revenantspatium released this Mar 28, 2018 · 146 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

This is the first public release of Mimic!

Mimic is a free and open-source plugin for Autodesk Maya that enables simulation, programming, and control of 6-axis, Industrial Robots. It provides a robust and intuitive, animation-based toolset, allowing creators to prototype, validate, and drive automated systems. Use Mimic to generate programs without writing any code, or extend Mimic to suit your project's needs.

  • For most users, the only required download is Mimic-v1.0.zip (includes rigs).
  • For installation instructions and a list of supported robots, see our README.
  • Tutorials can be found at mimicformaya.com.
Mar 26, 2018