Class slamcore::SLAMSystemCallbackInterface

class slamcore::SLAMSystemCallbackInterface : public SLAMSystemInterface

Main object for creating, executing and interacting with the SLAM procedure. Use it as a standard device (open \(\rightarrow\) start streaming \(\rightarrow\) grab data \(\rightarrow\) close).

A standard way of getting SLAM up ‘n running would be the following. To simplify the procedure, error handling is not shown, see hello_world_all_streams.cpp for a minimal working example of this:

// Initialise the library
slamcoreInit()

// Create a system configuration
v0::SystemConfiguration cfg;

// create a SLAM System
slamcore::SLAMSystemCallbackInterface::Ptr slam = slamcore::createSLAMSystem(cfg);

// register any callbacks
slam->registerCallback<slamcore::Stream::Pose>(
 [](const slamcore::PoseInterface<slamcore::camera_clock>::CPtr& pose)
 {
   // do something with the pose!
 });
// ...

slam->open();

// enable the streams you need
slam->setStreamEnabled(slamcore::Stream::Pose, true);
// ...

slam->start();

// poll for data
while(slam->spinOnce(std::chrono::seconds(1)));

// cleanup SLAM
slam->stop();
slam->close();

// clean up the library
slamcoreDeinit();
See

createSLAMSystem

Public Functions

virtual ~SLAMSystemCallbackInterface() = default
template<Stream stream>
inline void registerCallback(const std::function<void(const std::shared_ptr<const StreamType_t<stream>>&)> &fn)

Register a callback.

   Can register one callback per stream, repeated calls with the same stream will overwrite
   the previously registered callback.

If the callback is empty then any registered callback on that stream will be removed

Template Parameters

stream – The stream to register the callback on

Parameters

fn – The function to register, must have a the signature void(const std::shared_ptr<const InterfaceT>&) where InterfaceT is the corresponding type to the stream.

template<typename Rep, typename Period>
inline bool spinOnce(std::chrono::duration<Rep, Period> timeout)

Spin waiting for data and invoke the corresponding registered callback (in the current thread)

Parameters

timeout

  • positive - Timeout,

  • zero - Wait indefinitely,

  • negative - Try to invoke a registered callback if is the data available, otherwise return immediately.

Returns

true A registered callback was invoked

Returns

false No callback was invoked before timing out

inline bool spinOnce()

Helper function to spin indefinitely.