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rviz is a 3D visualizer for the Robot Operating System (ROS) framework.

For more information, please see the wiki:

This package contains Public Domain icons downloaded from

Upstream Authors (2005-2009):

  • Ulisse Perusin <>
  • Steven Garrity <>
  • Lapo Calamandrei <>
  • Ryan Collier <>
  • Rodney Dawes <>
  • Andreas Nilsson <>
  • Tuomas Kuosmanen <>
  • Garrett LeSage <>
  • Jakub Steiner <>

Other icons and graphics contained in this package are released into the Public Domain as well.

Authors (2012-2018):

  • David Gossow
  • Chad Rockey
  • Kei Okada
  • Julius Kammerl
  • Acorn Pooley
  • Rein Appeldoorn

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