Very nice development, good to see that other STM32F4 based OSDs are starting to show up :). For prototype soldering, I recommend using a stencil (check out oshstencils.com) and a vacuum pen to place the components. I have been using a DIY…"
"@Jake, the OSD is black and white. While colors would be nice, they are not really that helpful when flying. It would also be very challenging to make a full color OSD in the form factor and price point of the Brain; maybe in a year or two ;)"
"@Andrew, yes the OSD uses double buffering and the internal RAM. It uses about 55kB total for the display buffers. For a standalone OSD, it should be possible to increase the resolution to get even nicer graphics :)."
"Thanks. We are planning to open the hardware in the future. The connectors are JST-SH 4 pin and 8 pin. Compared to Pixhawk, which is also a great flight controller, it has an integrated OSD and is much smaller. So you can easily fit it on a 250 mini…"
We wanted to introduce you guys to something we have been working on over the past year.. Namely, the Brain FPV Flight Controller: The Brain is a next-generation flight controller that is specifically designed for first person view (FPV) flying and…