Hello everyone,

I was just wondering if anyone has tried doing anything with the Raspberry Pi boards and Mission Planner? http://www.raspberrypi.org

If it is possible to get the software working on the board with a usb video capture stick or something you would be able to have full telemetry and video in a footprint that could be stuck to the back of your radio. The power requirement os also quite low, and would be a lot more convenient than balancing a laptop somewhere. 

I will have a more in depth look into it next week :) Just thought I'd see if anyone had looked into this setup at all.http://www.raspberrypi.org

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i have only one error

QGLContext::makeCurrent(): Cannot make invalid context current.
QGLContext::makeCurrent(): Cannot make invalid context current.
Segmentation fault

That Looks very cool Ill try it out.

If you havent already try

 

sudo apt-get install phonon libqt4-dev \

libphonon-dev libphonon4 phonon-backend-gstreamer \

qtcreator libsdl1.2-dev libflite1 flite1-dev \

build-essential libopenscenegraph-dev openscenegraph\

flite flite-devel

sudo apt-get install phonon libqt4-dev \
libphonon-dev libphonon4 phonon-backend-gstreamer \
qtcreator libsdl1.2-dev libflite1 flite1-dev \
build-essential libopenscenegraph-dev openscenegraph\
flite flite-devel

Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package openscenegraphflite
E: Unable to locate package flite-devel
root@raspberrypi:/home/pi#

Any new development with this project?

thank you.

I'm interested in this proyect, but I think we need do something similar to apm with 3 or 4 machines, using wine or similar, it's possible??

What about running droid planner or andropilot on one of the more recent and powerful boards like beaglebone/cubieboard/pcduino/olinuxino/odroid, that are all capable of running linux/android and all come with 1ghz or more processor and 2gb of RAM?

I think this would be a solution to run a full featured GCS in a very small package.

I'm probably going to try the olinuxino A20 board with its 10'' display, will let you know...

I personally have not done it but it is detailed how to here:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2169852

I've been experimenting with a 4G LTE Dongle and Raspberry Pi as a telemetry system for pixhawk.  I've also thought of using it for video, but haven't had the time for those experiments yet.

As far as I'm aware (I might be wrong) the raspberryPi hasn't got composite-in, only composite out. Composite in would be good for integrating fpv video in Mission Planner.

Also, there is a more powerful board called the hummingboard (http://gizmodo.com/raspberry-pi-has-a-tiny-45-pc-competitor-1599677115) This might run Mission Planner & FPV video together.

Actually, there's an idea. Combine a Hummingboard (http://www.solid-run.com/products/hummingboard/), with a RC305 video receiver, a 7" touchscreen monitor....Load DroidPlanner onto it...Mount it to your Taranis...And you have both recorded FPV & touchscreen GCS. And A/B switch to change between the 2 screens. Nice idea huh? Who's good at getting me Kickstarter funded? :) :) :)

Yep, I just compiled it on my Pi using the Linux instructions.  After 5 hours, I left it and went to bed, it was done compiling in the morning. 8-)  Starts up fine, no errors.

As for the display, I use an hdmi-vga dongle.

Rick

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