The quadcopter in the video is made from 1/4th inch wood square rods and 1/8th inch wood flats. I used only a mini hand saw with fine teeth and epoxy glue and heavy duty zip-ties for the motors to complete the build in only a few hours.…"
Here is a great wood quadcopter project made with Pixhawk. The top speed is over 60mph and flies for 15 - 25 minutes depending on 4s or 6s batteries. It is able to lift 15lbs with reliability and tolerates crashes very well. Enjoy the test…
"This is such an amazing concept brought up for people to take note of. My skull feels stomped in how nobody seems to be extremely excited and interested in features like this. This positioning feature has been on my mind for years and I didn't even…"
"I dont get it. They could have lifted 4 times that load for a fraction of the cost of some nearly useless product like the Inspire. Heck, even the hobbyking beerlift events pretty much show you how not to suck, and for low costs."
"Also check out this wordpress admin and user enabled easy to use login system: www.getclef.comIt's pretty cool so far as I can see. You just hold your smartphone up to your screen and it handlesthe authentication with heavy encryption. It can be…"
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"Hmm, I suppose it's time to do something. I never liked Ning due to the non self hosting nature and other limitations. Jamroom looks to be a great choice considering the magnitude of the existing community here. I like the self hostable aspect of…"
"Seems rather function-less with a traditional frame. Maybe a frame that had a purpose driven shape that could benefit from this motor positioning would offer various advantages. Was there any specific goal you had in mind with this design concept?"
"@The Sun I have not done any precise calculations, only rough estimations of bandwidth degradation. Im using 1W TX power to get the 50 mile range. This red system is very interesting though. The small size is wonderful unlike my setup which weights…"
"Very nice work. I have a project I'm working on that achieves roughly 40ms glass-to-glass depending on the latency of the monitor used. But It's not a plug and play system I would be able to sell. It will cost me $1000~ by the time It's done and…"