You can assemble and run a TurtleBot3 following the documentation.
Programming with Blockly to run TurtleBot3 (This tutorial is builed by Dabit Industries)
This lecture is made by The Construct
This book is a ROS robot programming guide based on the experiences we had accumulated from ROS projects like TurtleBot3, OpenCR and OpenManipulator. We tried to make this a comprehensive guide that covers all aspects necessary for a beginner in ROS. Topics such as embedded system, mobile robots, and robot arms programmed with ROS are included. For those who are new to ROS, there are footnotes throughout the book providing more information on the web. Through this book, we hope that more people will be aware of and participate in bringing forward the ever-accelerating collective knowledge of Robotics Engineering.
College students and graduate students who want to learn robot programming based on ROS (Robot Operating system) and also for professional researchers and engineers who work on robot development or software programming. We have tried to offer detailed information we learned while working on TurtleBot3 and OpenManipulator. We hope this book will be the complete handbook for beginners in ROS and more people will contribute to the ever-growing community of open robotics.
From the basic concept to practical robot application programming!
The complete TurtleBot 2 includes a Kobuki base, Microsoft XBOX Kinect, ROS compatible netbook, and factory calibrated gyro.
You can build a TurtleBot from scratch by purchasing the parts such as netbook, Kinect, and Kobuki separately and following the documentation.
There are several kits avaliable to create a Turtlebot. Check out the distributors’ website to find out more.
The TurtleBot 2e is a new revision of the TurtleBot primarily defined by replacing the netbook with a single board computer such as the 96 Boards CE computer, the DB410c.
Challenge in Simulation
Do you have an iRobot Create that you would like to turn into a TurtleBot? Check out the TurtleBot 1 documentation.