OpenManipulator -X Pick and Place

The OpenManulptor-x pick and place examples are set up for a RPI V2 camera.
I have been trying to get the Intel D435 to work with this example.
Is this to work on my Desktop ARM or on a tb3-Waffle with a ARM?
I notice the video was taken down.
Just thought this should have been a really good demo of the Manipulator-X.
There must be a launch file but it can not be found?

$ open_manipulator_ar_markers ar_pose.launch camera_model:=raspicam user_marker_size:=3.0

is not a command at all. A typo I am sure now, as roslaunch open_manipulator_ar_markers ar_pose.launch camera_model:=raspicam user_marker_size:=3.0 is a real launch file and changing out the camera_model:= for the correct camera worked.

Oh hell this example is sort of hard coded for the raspberry pi camera, I donโ€™t think I can hack it to make it work for a different camera, itโ€™s like picking fleas off a dog one at a time. :hot_face:
Iโ€™ll see if I can get hold of the manulaptor-x maintainer as this is sad.

Wow , it is fixed, thank you who ever you are .:upside_down_face:

Now back to the Original question.
The OpenManulptor-x pick and place examples are set up for a RPI V2 camera.
I have been trying to get the Intel D435 to work with this example.
How can I get this to work on my Desktop Computer?
I notice the video was taken down.:sob: (Note, Video is back
and I found that if you use synaptic you can install the dynamic_reconfigure , as
the realsence camera package will not compile without it, then fiddle with rviz a bit and everything works) :grin:

@Lloyd
Hi, you might want to check out below GitHub repository.
https://github.com/zang09/open_manipulator_6dof_application
Thanks!

Thank you very much this is exactly what I was looking for.

God bless ya. (Ya know you could sell this 6dof arm really easy, think about it.):thinking: