Lately I have been following the kikstarter project “The pocket Drone” which is having a huge impact.
First of all I am a bit pissed off because in the kikstarter project…
The MaxiSwift flying wing has donne successfully a low altitude flight autonomous mission (< 30m AGL) under flight plan piloted by the ArduPlane v2.73-xp1. A color camera onboard with an OSD display in real time the video of the flight and the data on the ground station screen. (Wind 7 km/h, gusting 15 km/h)
- Avionic setup:
- ArduFlyer v2.5.2…
This is just a temporary search engine for the Diy Drones Forums that I built until Ning 3.0 fixes our current forum search engine. The DiyDrones.com Forum search…Continue
Added by Joshua Johnson on September 30, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
When I gain 14 more youtube subscribers youtube will allow me to use their Live Feed Feature. When that happens i'm going to start posting 4-6 live stream youtube sessions a week. The subjects of the Live Casts will include tutorials on how to use free CAD software to make blueprints/schematics for your drone projects. The Live Sessions are going to be predetermined for the…Continue
I have written a tutorial on how to program your own AutoPilot/Flight Controller from scratch using an arduino/ArduPilot/RaspberryPi. The tutorial will walk you through everything from reading the RC radio and controlling the motors through to how the PIDs are stacked on top of each other to…Continue
This week has had quite the number of battles. I finally got the Coffin Copter in the air and flying very nice using the Ardupilot. I don't think I'll even go back to Naza.
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Hmmm Now hobbyking is selling:
Robotics the Hobby of the Future Part 1…Continue
Added by Joshua Johnson on March 6, 2013 at 7:40pm — No Comments
The last post was almost laughable as ArduCutter barley got off the ground and certainly didn't do much in the way of entertaining. Well, it still isn't ready for Vegas however I've been feeling pretty good about the progress especially since the project was started with a strategy of hope. In the past week or so I have successfully put this quad through many of the basic flight modes and everyone walked away with no broken bones and no blood spilled. A…
Added by Joshua Johnson on February 7, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments
Many R/C and Robotics enthusiasts build Robotic Vehicle parts using 3D printing and find the technology very useful. A group of scientists from the European Space Agency took it to the next level!…Continue