Release Notes - 2.4.1 ¶
Pepper ‘s abilities ¶
Pepper tracks people with smoother movements ¶
The head movements for finding and tracking people have been reworked. They now are smoother and jolt-less.
Pepper ‘s leg animations are now supported during move ¶
The former limitations during a Move command, are now removed, this means Pepper may move hip and knee joints, for example to dance while moving forward.
Interacting with Pepper ¶
Sleep mode: easier to identify ¶
While asleep, Aldebaran robot status LEDs stay smoothly on, with a purple color.
For further details, see: Putting NAO to sleep or Putting Pepper to sleep .
New notification for Charging station ¶
A new notification 810 informs you when Pepper failed to leave his Charging station .
For further details, see: Battery - notifications .
Configuration tools improved ¶
Settings menu clarified ¶
Day to day settings are directly accessible on myrobot_pep page, while less used settings are now displayed on advanced_settings_pep page.
Developing Applications - new guides ¶
Your robot is alive! ¶
Developing quality applications for a living robot must take the robot’s life into consideration, and the following guides will help you to do so:
Application samples and tutorials ¶
Use these samples to discover how to create Applications :
And also these tutorials for more experimented developers:
Robot Application Standards ¶
Before publishing your Application on the Aldebaran Store , take a few minutes to read and understand the following requirements. Make sure your application is compliant with all of them before publishing it on the Aldebaran Store .
For further details, see: Robot Application Standards .