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Making moving obstacles in an matlab

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faiza gul
faiza gul on 2 Jan 2019
Edited: Pravija Raj on 19 Sep 2019
I have created random obstacles in MATLAB, (they are user acquired) now I am trying to make some obstacles randomly moving.
I Know that, in every iteration value of some obstacle be updated by adding some threshold valueto it.
But I am getting how to write up in code.
Kindly help me

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faiza gul
faiza gul on 4 Jan 2019
The last part that you mentioned is so correct that exactly I want for my simulation. Like obstacles should move with random speed.
Can you help how should I do this
Pravija Raj
Pravija Raj on 19 Aug 2019
Hello Faiza,
I am working with a similar situation. Were you able to figure out the code for your scenario. Please kindly share if you have.
I will explain my problem here. I need to simulate an object that randomly moves in a square area in any direction for a duration of time with a random speed. Can any one help me with the code for this.
faiza gul
faiza gul on 10 Sep 2019
I am working on path planning and avoiding obstacle.

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darova
darova on 10 Sep 2019
After long 7 month of training and research i reached a success. Here is what i've achieved
clc,clear
px = 5*rand(10,1); % initial position
py = 5*rand(10,1);
plot(px,py,'.r')
axis([-1 1 -1 1]*20)
hold on
t = 360*rand(size(px)); % initial direction in degree
for i = 1:20 % number of iterations
dx = 0.5*cosd(t); % how fast we move
dy = 0.5*sind(t);
t = t + 90*(0.5-rand(size(px))); % change direction (-45:45) degree
plot([px px+dx]', [py py+dy]') % plot displacement
px = px + dx; % new position
py = py + dy;
h = plot(px,py,'.b'); % plot new position
pause(0.2) % wait
delete(h) % remove new position
% from graph
end
hold off

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faiza gul
faiza gul on 10 Sep 2019
Thats amazing and exceptional. truly good work
Pravija Raj
Pravija Raj on 19 Sep 2019
Many thanks for your response and really appreciate your work.
Thank you.

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