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Artificial Horizon in processing 2.0

Started this discussion. Last reply by Harry Jan 14. 6 Replies

Using Quaternions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Harry Sep 30, 2013. 3 Replies

Arducopter 2.9.1b and MP 1.2.46

Started this discussion. Last reply by Harry May 17, 2013. 5 Replies

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Harry commented on Patrick Egan's blog post Podcast Interview With Tad McGeer
"Good one, Patrick.   I watch Wicked Tuna and see that one harpoon boat working with a 172 and I say all he needs is someone onboard flying FPV and talking over a walkietalkie to the harpoon guy out on the bow sprit."
Nov 5
Harry commented on Patrick Egan's blog post Looking For A More Commercial Focus To Your UAS Advocacy Effort?
"Lets see if I got that right, the government rules my life, I spend all my time complaining and there's a troll in the mirror.  Got it.    "
Nov 1
Harry commented on Patrick Egan's blog post Looking For A More Commercial Focus To Your UAS Advocacy Effort?
"I'm just curious which brand of crony-facism does RM desire, CorporoFacism or the DemocraFacism.    "
Nov 1
Harry commented on Patrick Egan's blog post Looking For A More Commercial Focus To Your UAS Advocacy Effort?
"Government always wants more money and always claims it can't do what only it should do.  Being in the business of limiting freedom on a huge scale earns them every criticism they get.  "
Nov 1
Harry commented on Joshua's blog post A reminder to double and triple check your products (exploded ESCs)
"The worst is when you Measure twice, three times and it was wrong each time.  Damn."
Nov 1
Harry commented on F. C. Bearsch "Tearig"'s blog post Hydrofoil Arduboat project Inspiration
"I always thought hydrofoils were as close to flying as you can get while remaining in the water until I saw wingships/ekranoplanes, which actually do fly.   I'm having trouble picturing what you want to make though and can't view the…"
Oct 26
Harry commented on Dez Socks's blog post WARNING :FTDI Drivers Are Killing Fake Chips(windows update)
"MIne work fine.  No occupy wall street rant from me."
Oct 23
Harry commented on Roger Sollenberger's blog post Food Fight: In Syria, Drones with a New Mission
"I like their original idea of an edible airframe, but with a name like "Granola Gay", it was doomed.  I can see million$ needed to come up with a moldable and edible nutritious material.  Hard candies are moldable, but sugar…"
Oct 23
Harry commented on Chris Anderson's blog post UAVs with artificial muscles
"Electroactivepolymers have been around a while.  I wonder when they'll show up in aircraft as a way to change the airfoil shape for control and efficiency, like wing warping but more capable."
Oct 23
Harry commented on uavgear's blog post Security Tee-shirt
"Ne pas deranger le conducteur?  But what if the conductor really is deranged?  Maybe somebody should arrete him.  ;-)"
Oct 17
Harry commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post Footbal match stoped because of a quadcopter
"I laughed when the player grabbed the flag and started hauling the Phantom in.  Any impact should be a fine for recklessness against that pilot.  I didn't do it, so punishing me won't fix it. Surely, ten years in prison will stop…"
Oct 14
Harry commented on AKRCGUY's blog post 3DR Releases the New Aero-M & X-8M Mapping Platforms
"Wow, $5400.  Hobbyists are shuddering at where this has gone.  "
Oct 14
Harry commented on Gary Mortimer's blog post No hiding behind AC 91-57 anymore
"If it's safety they want, safety they'll get.  If it's power, money and regulation they want, it's outlaws they'll get."
Oct 11
Harry commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post Helibaits, fisherman's best friend
"I guess you feed the fish the same time and location every day and then on fishing day you go out in your boat at that time and cast them a hook instead.   I've wondered if commercial boats are using drones to get a birds eye view.…"
Oct 6
Harry commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Google Science Fair winner models drone obstacle evasion on fruit flies
"4 years tops and he has his first nervous breakdown."
Oct 3
Harry commented on Paul's blog post Bullding to Building long range delivery by train transport etc ???
"They're humanoid drones, programmed to get it there on time. "
Oct 2

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Harry's Blog

Flying my ArduIMU in tri_chord space

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

I haven't flown much of anything because of the weather, so I decided to see if I could do something different with my ArduIMU.  I decided that if I could get a MIDI port to read the IMU, I might be able to make music.

I used a VBscript to read the serial port and send pitch data from the ArduIMU to a slot.  I then used a MIDI program to record the…


The Next Sensor was Invented by Vikings

Posted on March 11, 2013 at 4:00am 2 Comments

There have been discussions before calling for reliable and accurate alternatives to GPS. The Vikings may have had the answer without knowing the physics. They were adept navigators at latitudes where frequent cloudiness and low sun angle(winter) could have made direct observation of the sun difficult. Legend has it that they had a magic stone, called a…


My Ardupilot(legacy) Platform

Posted on May 24, 2012 at 8:41am 8 Comments

Here's the plane I will install my Arduimu and Ardupilot(legacy) into.  I still need to build a motor mount and wind the motor.  It should be stable as it is based on a previous version which was very stable.  I'm aiming for 10-12 ounces AUW and around…


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