Kevin Vertucio
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Sharing APM GPS with DOSD?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Vertucio Sep 12, 2011. 7 Replies

Is anyone doing this? I use DOSD for my on-screen display and I want to share the GPS strings between the two devices. I know with DOSD I can use pass-through mode and it will send the NMEA strings…Continue

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I am interested in creating a quadcopter drone to take aerial footage

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Some FPV from the summer. Testing out OP CC3D on a QAV500.

Posted on October 20, 2012 at 5:27am 7 Comments

Some FPV from the summer. Testing out OP CC3D on a QAV500.


My second quad FPV flight.

Posted on December 10, 2011 at 10:30pm 10 Comments

Second FPV flight with my OpenPilot Quad. Just a short flight testing some tiny PID tweaks. Flight is mostly in acro.…


OpenPilot CopterControl - Tricopter

Posted on October 27, 2011 at 7:00am 11 Comments

Compilation of some on-board footage from the my OpenPilot CC Tricopter. This thing is super stable. I have complete confidence when flying with OpenPilot. Can't believe how simple the setup was. I am using 3-bladed props this time. They are much quieter, but produce less thrust. I had to adjust my trottle curve a bit to get better…


Arducopter Y6

Posted on July 3, 2011 at 10:41pm 33 Comments

Finally got my Y6 together. I am running rctimer 2830/14 750kv motors, 30A esc, 10x4.7 props on 4s 5000maH lipos. Will get higher pitch props for the lower motors soon. Here's a video of some portions of the maiden. Still on default PID. I see it needs some fine tuning, but it's flyable on default settings.

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