eSEAT is the extension of the SEAT. eSEAT supports a simple GUI and the pseudo FSM RTC developments.
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README.md

eSEAT

eSEAT is the extension of the SEAT. Originally the SEAT developed by I.Hara with C-Language in 2003. Dr.Matsusaka and OpenHRI development team rewrite the SEAT with python from scratch and released under EPL-1.0. The secound version had been supported the connection with the OpenRTM-aist, but suppoeted data-type was only 'String'.

The eSEAT is extened the secound version and has released under the MIT License.

eSEAT supports a simple GUI and the pseudo FSM RTC developments.

This software has been developed by the OpenRTM-aist development team.

Rquirements

eSEAT requires following libraries:

lxml http://lxml.de/

BeautifulSoup4 http://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/

OpenRTM-aist-1.1.0 for python http://openrtm.org/

Copyright

Copyright (C) 2014 Isao Hara, AIST Japan, All Rights Reserverd

Released under the MIT License http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT

Documents

All documents of eSEAT is on http://hara.jpn.com/_default/ja/Software/eSEAT2.html . I'm sorry the all is written in japanese.