Simon D. Levy's Blog – October 2014 Archive (2)

DroidPlanner: Wireless debugging while talking to 3DR Iris

This shaky little video shows me debugging an app with Android Studio over a wireless connection to my Samsung Galaxy S4.  The app, DroidPlanner, connects to a 3DRobotics Iris over a 915 MHz radio plugged into the Galaxy's micro USB port, making the USB unavailable for debugging.  Thanks to these instructions:



Added by Simon D. Levy on October 6, 2014 at 9:00pm — 2 Comments

PyQuadSim: Hover-In-Place via Optical Flow

This video shows automated Hover-In-Place (HIP) using the PyQuadSim Python Quadrotor Simulator with OpenCV for optical flow.  This setup allows us to prototype HIP and other optical-flow-based algorithms for use with an actual optical-flow sensor like the PX4Flow.

The quadrotor is being flown over a simulated concrete floor using a FrSky R/C transmitter,…


Added by Simon D. Levy on October 2, 2014 at 10:59am — 2 Comments

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