Xsens Port Devices Driver Download

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To install Google Camera Port on your Android device, follow the instructions below. Download the Google Camera Port APK for your Android device. Connect your phone to the PC using the USB cable. Enable MTP (File Transfer) mode on your phone. Copy the downloaded GCam APK file to your phone’s storage. Disconnect the phone from the PC. The example embeds an Xsens Firmware File (XFF). The XFF used is the official 1.1.1 MTi1-series firmware release. If needed binary copies of specific firmware files can be requested through our support department.

The following tables list the hardware and software systems that are supported by Player.

Xsens Port Devices Driver Download Windows 7

These tables should generally be up to date with respect to the current code in CVS, and thus may be newer than the latest official release. Also check the Drivers list.

Please post additions and corrections to these tables to our developers' mailing list.





BotricsObot d100
Evolution RoboticsER1 and ERSDK robots
iRobotRoomba vaccuming robot
iRobotCreate research robot
K-TeamRobotics Extension Board (REB) attached to Kameleon 376BC
LEGOMindstorms NXT
MobileRobots (formerly ActivMedia) PSOS/P2OS/AROS-based robots (e.g., Pioneer, AmigoBot) and integrated accessories, including a CMUcam connected to the AUX port.
MoviRoboticsmBase robot platform
Nomadics NOMAD200 (and possibly related) mobile robots
RWI/iRobotRFLEX-based robots (e.g., B21r, ATRV Jr) and integrated accessories.
SegwayRobotic Mobility Platform (RMP), a custom-modified version of the Human Transport (HT)
UPenn GRASPClodbuster
Videre DesignERRATIC mobile robot platform
White Box Robotics914 PC-BOT

Miscellaneous hardware



AmtecPowerCube pan-tilt unit


AscensionFlock of Birds position tracker
CanonVC-C4 pan-tilt-zoom camera
CrossbowMica2 / Mica2DOT mote sensor nodes
DirectedPerceptionPTU-D46 pan-tilt unit
GarminGeko 201 handheld GPS receiver (and most other NMEA-compliant GPS units)

garminnmea, gbxgarminacfr

HokuyoURG laser range finder


Inside ContactlessM300/R300 2G RFID reader (13.56MHz)
InterSenseInertiaCube2 IMU
LogitechQuickCam Sphere pan-tilt-zoom camera
MicroStrain3DM-G IMU
PhidgetsPhidgets InterfaceKit (IFK)
PhidgetsPhidgets RFID reader
PhidgetsPhidgets Accelerometer (ACC)
SICKLMS 200 laser range-finder (and possibly other SICK lasers)

sicklms200, sicklms400, sicks3000, sicknav200, gbxsickacfr

SkyeTekM1/M1-mini RFID readers (13.56MHz)
SonyEVID30 and EVID100 pan-tilt-zoom cameras
TeCoParticle Router Core (XBridge) sensor node
XSensMtx / Mti inertial measurement unit
Various (licensed by CMU) CMUcam2 pan-tilt blob-tracking camera
Various Generic Linux wireless hardware. Provides access, via /proc, to info about the wireless hardware (e.g., signal quality).
Various Generic Linux wireless hardware. Provides access, via iwspy, to info about the wireless hardware (e.g., signal quality).
Various IEEE1394 (aka Firewire) cameras
Various Cameras supported by Video4Linux
Various Cameras supported by Video4Linux2
Various Cameras supported by OpenCV
Various Generic Linux joystick. Allows access to axis and button state.

Miscellaneous software

Xsens Port Devices Driver Download Win 7

Manufacturer Device(s)


Jim BruceColor Machine Vision (CMVision) blob-tracking software
MobileRobots (formerly ActivMedia); written by Paul RybskiActivMedia Color Tracking System (ACTS) blob-tracking software
MIT / LIRA-Lab YARP image capture
The Centre for Speech Technology Research, University of EdinburghFestival speech-synthesis software
Speech at CMUSphinx2 speech-recognition software
Porchdog SoftwareHowl Zeroconf networking library service_adv_mdns


Algorithm(s) Description References


Nearness Diagram (ND) Navigation goal-seeking obstacle-avoidance, especially suited for non-holonomic, non-circular robots in tight spaces Minguez & Montano (2004), 'Nearness DiagramNavigation (ND): Collision Avoidance in Troublesome Scenarios'
Minguez, Osuna, & Montano (2004), 'A Divide and Conquer Strategy based on Situations to Achieve Reactive Collision Avoidance in Troublesome Scenarios'.
Smooth Nearness Diagram (SND) Navigation An improvement over the nd driver that removes oscillatory patterns and improves overall driver performance. Durham & Bullo (2008), 'Smooth Nearness-Diagram Navigation'
Configuration space Modulates raw laser data according to the robot's dimensions in order to represent the empty area in the robot's configuration space.
LaserFeature Uses an Extended Kalman Filter to extract lines and corners from a laser data scan
Vector Field Histogram (VFH+)goal-seeking obstacle avoidance algorithm Ulrich & Borenstein (1998), 'VFH+: Reliable Obstacle Avoidance for Fast Mobile Robots'
Adaptive Monte Carlo Localization (AMCL) Performs probabilistic localization for a planar mobile robot equipped with a map and appropriate sensors Fox (2001), KLD-Sampling: Adaptive Particle Filters
Wavefront propagation planner Performs configuration-space path-planning for a planar robot via cell decomposition and wavefront propagation. Latombe (1991), Robot Motion Planningwavefront


Manufacturer Name Description


The Player projectGazeboA 3-dimensional multi-robot simulator
The Player projectStageA 2-dimensional multi-robot simulator
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Xsens Port Devices Driver Downloads

Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 641.2 KB
Operating System: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT3.51, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.6 / 11 Sep 2003

Windows device driver information for Clear View II

The Clear View II is a type of mass storage device that is hosted on the Universal Serial Bus interface port of the host computer system. As a mass storage device it is normally deployed as a component of another equipment to provide additional storage space. These types of mass storage devices are commonly seen in newer models of digital camera equipments. They provide the user with the flexibility of storing more image or video files whenever applicable. Normally when the host hardware component is connected to a host machine via the Universal Serial Bus interface port the device driver allows the underlying operating system environment to detect both the internal and the mass storage device supported. In a way this type of hardware component can be compared to a removable hard drive. The main difference is that it is used primarily based on the requirements of the host equipment.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The device driver of the Clear View II is partly responsible first for identifying its presence to the host computer system. Secondly the device driver is responsible for establishing the necessary communication infrastructure that will allow data exchange via the Universal Serial Bus cable. When the correct device driver is installed into the host computer system the computer user has the flexibility of copying files from the mass storage device and transferring them to the local hard drive. In the same manner the computer user also has the option of copying files into the mass storage device. Normally files that are stored in these types of devices are already in digital format. This means that they do not have to undergo any type of file conversion process. The computer user therefore can readily apply post processing effects whenever necessary depending on his requirements or how the file will be used. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for Windows and Clear View II errors before installing any driver updates.