A tiny new open source drone kit made by Bitcraze is buzzing its way to market this spring, targeted at hackers and modders who want to explore droning indoors as well as out.
Read more at http://www.wired.com/design/2013/02/crazyflie-nano/
Tags: copter, micro, quad
Wow, they really took their time with this. I have been watching it for at least a year now. I hope that means it will be perfect off the bat! I, however will not buy one until it is either Anylink or has its own PPM module allowing me to fly with my current TX and no PC.
oh I'm ssooo getting one!! lol I'll be happy to fly from my PC if it's inside! would it carry a RX from a proper radio do you think?
No chance it will carry a traditional RX but it is fairly simply to replace the USB dongle with a PPM TX. So it plugs into your TXs trainer port and acts as a replacement 2.4Ghz module. Just like the Anylink.
It actually uses a lot of the same sensors as the APM2 or PX4 although apparently the software doesn't support them yet. Still, very cool. I love these tiny little copters.
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