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 +^ This page describes the '​catkinized'​ version of KnowRob that uses the [[http://​wiki.ros.org/​catkin/​|catkin buildsystem]] and the pure Java-based [[http://​wiki.ros.org/​rosjava|rosjava]]. The older version, which was based on the rosbuild buildsystem and rosjava_jni,​ used a [[http://​wiki.ros.org/​mod_vis|local visualization canvas implemented in Java]].^
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 KnowRob comes with a range of web-based visualization tools for different kinds of information. All of these tools are accessible from within the knowledge base via Prolog predicates that send the data to the user's browser. When launching the KnowRob visualization canvas, a Web server is automatically started that serves the HTML pages and JavaScript files for this interface. It can be reached at http://​localhost:​1111. The default page only contains the 3D canvas; a more complete page with all the visualization modules below can be found at http://​localhost:​1111/​robohow.html. Please note that the available functionality depends on the packages that are loaded. All web-based tools require a running //​rosbridge//​ instance: KnowRob comes with a range of web-based visualization tools for different kinds of information. All of these tools are accessible from within the knowledge base via Prolog predicates that send the data to the user's browser. When launching the KnowRob visualization canvas, a Web server is automatically started that serves the HTML pages and JavaScript files for this interface. It can be reached at http://​localhost:​1111. The default page only contains the 3D canvas; a more complete page with all the visualization modules below can be found at http://​localhost:​1111/​robohow.html. Please note that the available functionality depends on the packages that are loaded. All web-based tools require a running //​rosbridge//​ instance: