Latest Activity: Jul 10, 2016
The Pocket Drone is a foldable tricopter made by airdroids after an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign. Unfortunately it did not live up to it's hype, but with it's APM for a brain it is definitely possible to make it fly after performing a few modifications to the supplied airframe.
As DIYDrones is the home of the APM and the Arducopter firmware creators, it's also the place to be for people who are trying to get the most out of their Pocket Drone.
With a little help of the Pocket Drone Community User Guide, even people completely new to drone flying should be able to get their Pocket Drone up in the air!
If you have any questions or feedback on the Pocket Drone or the user guide, feel free to start or join a discussion below!
I bought one Pocket drone for $99 (NIB), and I just picked up a slightly used one on Ebay for $75 (free shipping). I figured I wanted a second one for spares, and maybe use the electronics with the…Continue
Hey, just joined up here after buying a PD for $200 on eBay. First thing is that the legs fell off. I am going to go through the whole "fix it" process before I even try to fly. (The enhanced guide)…Continue
Hey All,Just picked up a new PD for $99 plus shipping (NIB). Even if crap, I already ordered a Hobby King Trifecta Frame in case. My question is, what are the specs for the motors? The Trifecta…Continue