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Alex Hills commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"I did the same thing with my Y6, a thin fishing line with a lot of slack."
Nov 1, 2013
TBD commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"This just looks like all sorts of wreckless unless it was prestaged."
Nov 1, 2013
Daniel Allen commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"You can clearly see a string 0:07 and after 2:00. I'm guessing he had the multi-rotor about 30+ feet above. Plus he probably had some steering abilities for the ghost. Possibly a small rear prop and rudder."
Nov 1, 2013
Mark commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"Actually, he says it's connected to a RC helicopter, so it's probably flying above it some distance and moving it…"
Oct 31, 2013
Mauricio commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"I want one of these now!"
Oct 31, 2013
John McGrath commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"But dam great fun.."
Oct 31, 2013
John McGrath commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"Its the same as the flying witch , lawnmower and snoopy dog house."
Oct 31, 2013
Jesse commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"There's only one explanation... it's an actual flying monster. That's all there is to it! ;-)"
Oct 31, 2013
EngineerX commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"Yep, can't see what the propulsion system is, I don't think they're props, unless well shrouded because all that garment would get tangled. Perhaps brushless ducted fans? Very well made and quite funny. Close call on the cyclists,…"
Oct 31, 2013
Joshua Johnson commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"I think on the youtube video page hes claiming a jetpack..."
Oct 31, 2013
Skippy commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"Anyone know how this thing is actually flying?  I can't see any props."
Oct 31, 2013
Joshua Johnson commented on Tenzin's blog post Happy Halloween!
"I was laughing extremely hard the entire video!!! But some of the stunts and close flybys were super dangerous!! He almost took out a few cyclists in the beginning... :("
Oct 31, 2013
Tenzin posted a blog post

Happy Halloween!

Just wanted to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween! See More
Oct 31, 2013

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William Premerlani left a comment for Tenzin
"Tenzin, I do not know if those magnetometers could detect minerals in the earth. I doubt it. I think they might be able to detect very large magnetic steel objects in the earth, but I don't think they would detect anything else. But I am not a…"
Apr 13, 2010
Tenzin commented on Max's blog post New website for AttoPilot is up
"Hey Max, "Prices are set but the order form is not ready, complete IMU is $4200 & V1.9 will continue to be offered at the great low price of $800 ;)" What comes with the $800 price tag?"
Apr 6, 2010
Tenzin commented on Chris Anderson's blog post New ArduPilot Mega boards off the production line!
"Daniel, could you share what was said?"
Mar 23, 2010

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Happy Halloween!

Posted on October 31, 2013 at 8:00am 12 Comments

Just wanted to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween!

 

Looking for other Albertans...

Posted on September 11, 2009 at 9:57pm 9 Comments

I want to compile a list of Albertans here on the DIY Drones forum. Please add a comment if you are!

i'm from Calgary.

Comment Wall (6 comments)

At 11:12am on September 8, 2009,
Moderator
Sgt Ric
said…
In response to your chat room question about any Calgarians...
I'm 6 hours north of you.
(actually I was born in Calgary but moved to Edmonton, and now High Praire)

I found two other Albertan FPV/UAV'ers at RCGroups, but hadn't asked around here at DIYDrones.

Sure not flying weather here today!
At 8:05pm on September 10, 2009,
Moderator
Sgt Ric
said…
Man, that is a coincidence...I am assembling it right now.

I want a single motor as well, but all my previous gas(nitro) models over the years had a lot of vibration, so I worry about having an AP onboard so I am opting for the Align 600XL in the rear.

I would like to replace the front fairing soon, but I found that the chin mounted ball cam will work with the existing fairing with a cutout and the front facing camera fits in the existing rairing as well.

I haven't done much work on my FPVs or the new Cessna337 lately since I am having eye trouble and going for surgery in a few weeks.
(actually my eyesight is the reason I got into FPV since I rekitted a couple models when I became disoriented during downwind turn...)
At 12:54pm on September 11, 2009,
Moderator
Sgt Ric
said…
I had been having a very similiar conversation on Doug Barnett's Wall.
(and got a little confused as to who asked what questions)

I talked a lot about the Cessna and my plans and updates.

Click over to his page or see my history to follow that thread.

I will post photos after my eye surgery and recoup.
At 7:42pm on September 11, 2009,
Moderator
Sgt Ric
said…
No, sorry, no planes for sale.

I will keep my two EasyStars for FPV work and use the Cessna 337 for UAV.

My only other models are my unfinshed NorthStar and my Senior Falcon (in too many pieces to fly, but I haven't given up hope of rebuilding it)

I also still keep souveniers of all the other models I have re-kitted over the years.
At 7:54pm on September 11, 2009,
Moderator
Sgt Ric
said…
Todays announcement from Jordi is fantastic news.

I bought the first 3 Ardupilots when they came out and I was at the head of the line for the two GPS models, and bought the last 3 XY and Z sensors from FMA, but I think I will wait for Jordi to come out with the plug n play IMU Ardupilot version. Todays IMU is a stand alone kit not yet ported to the Ardupilot.
I am a Technical Analyst during the day, but I can't write code worth shit!
At 3:40pm on April 13, 2010,
T3
William Premerlani
said…
Tenzin,

I do not know if those magnetometers could detect minerals in the earth. I doubt it. I think they might be able to detect very large magnetic steel objects in the earth, but I don't think they would detect anything else. But I am not a geologist. You need to talk to a geologist.

Bill

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