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Amazon's New Prime Air Drone Features a Weird Tailsitter Design

Amazon is finally starting to address some of the actual challenges with drone delivery, making us slightly less skepticalAmazon has been working away at its Prime Air urban and suburban drone delivery for years. Many years. It’s been at least half a decade now. And for the entire time, we’ve been…See More
Jun 17
Greg Dronsky commented on Chris Anderson's blog post IBM giving away 1,500 DJI Tello drones for developer competition
"The 2019 IBM Drone Drop is restricted to residents of the United States and Canada, except in Quebec."
Jun 3
Greg Dronsky commented on Maksim P's blog post ZOON - 2.4Ghz LoRa Telemetry Module by DRONEE
"@Maksim_P thank you for your answer. I was not familiar with this interesting technology! :)"
May 4
Greg Dronsky commented on Maksim P's blog post ZOON - 2.4Ghz LoRa Telemetry Module by DRONEE
"100mWatt @ 2.4 and 21km range? The antennas look normal, how is this possible? Does it switch to 433 when rssi is low?"
May 3
Greg Dronsky commented on lot's blog post Open Source Drone for Aerial Sowing after Wildfires
"I like to see someone is doing this :)"
Apr 4
Greg Dronsky commented on Martin Rüedi's blog post FlightZoomer 3 is released!
"Nice!"
Aug 17, 2018
Greg Dronsky commented on Eugene Pomazov's blog post StereoPi - companion computer on Raspberry Pi with stereo video support
"Nice project! You write you support HDMI input camer. How do you connect the camera to the board?"
Jun 30, 2018
Greg Dronsky commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hey @OlliW, we have a code that will work on most of the companion computers like RPi, Odroid, Orange Pi, BananaPi, Nvidia TX2 with ubuntu, python, and OpenCV for python installed. As long as they have at least one USB 3.0 port.  As for the…"
Jun 11, 2018
Josip Nunth commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hello Greg, Has you tested OpenCV on any embedded system? Do you think Jetson TX2 could do stabilization, tracking and h264 encoding at time? "
Jun 9, 2018
OlliW commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hey Greg many thx for the explanations I'm a bit confused now as regards to what is what, too many key words (2 axis, Sightline, Snapdragon, ...) from which I can't piece together what you are doing (as opposed to what else options are…"
Jun 8, 2018
Greg Dronsky commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hi OlliW, we are using opencv to capture good features to track in the feed and then move the video matrix so that the picture is cleaned from rapid shakes visible in full zoom. This takes some computing power to achieve but is effective. Some video…"
Jun 7, 2018
OlliW commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hey Jose oh, sorry, I was not looking properly at who was actually answering but just assumed it's who I asked, my apologies the sightline link is quite instructive, thx I'm not sure I have your rcgroups user name, but I do have…"
Jun 6, 2018
jlcortex commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"I am not Greg! Yes, we talk about the same, stabilize the image by software. I mean when you have all zoom in you could need than stabilization algorithm could control gimbal, but it the same algorithm, yes, to compensate yaw…"
Jun 6, 2018
OlliW commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"Hey Greg thx for the quick response I'm not sure I understand what you're saying though, maybe because we mean different things by "stabilization". I was thinking terms of video stabilization, i.e., there e.g. vibrations, jello…"
Jun 6, 2018
jlcortex commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"OlliW, Maybe even in the opposite direction, that the stabilizer acts on the gimbal to maintain a frame and compensate the drift of the sensors.  You are doing a great job with the STorM32, I would like to face the development of a camera for…"
Jun 6, 2018
OlliW commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post First DIY Zoom Gimbal
"hey Greg > We have a digital stabilisation code that works, now this is interesting. Maybe I can ask: Does your stabilization works only on the video feed, or does it also in addition use data of some sensors (gyro e.g.)? cheers, Olli"
Jun 6, 2018

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Amazon's New Prime Air Drone Features a Weird Tailsitter Design

Posted on June 17, 2019 at 11:13am 0 Comments

Amazon is finally starting to address some of the actual challenges with drone delivery, making us slightly less skeptical

Amazon has been working away at its Prime Air urban and suburban drone delivery for years. Many years. It’s been at least half a…

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First DIY Zoom Gimbal

Posted on May 28, 2018 at 6:00am 17 Comments

Interested in a adding optical zooming to your DIY UAV systems? It is now possible to build a field tested zoom gimbal by yourself. Vertigo DIY kit gives you an opportunity to enter the specific fields of drone services such as emergency, surveillance, monitoring, agriculture or computer vision development.…

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Battery-Free HD Video Streaming

Posted on April 20, 2018 at 8:42am 0 Comments

What is Battery-Free HD Video Streaming?

Video streaming has traditionally been considered an extremely power-hungry operation. Existing approaches optimize the camera and communication modules individually to minimize their power consumption. However, designing a video streaming device requires…

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OpenAi created a robotics system, trained entirely in simulation, which can learn a new task after seeing it done once

Posted on May 16, 2017 at 9:50pm 0 Comments



Robots that Learn

We’ve created a robotics system, trained entirely in simulation and deployed on a physical robot, which can learn a new task after seeing it done once.

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At 2:38am on January 8, 2015, Per Elofson said…
I like your zoom cam gimbal. I have a project where this would be perfect. I will follow your thread.

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