Building and testing platform for transport and recovery sensors in sensitive area, remember, this is only a game!
This project was born from the need to provide my aircraft with a RF system
transmission autonomous to identify their location in emergency condition,
this condition must be remote and connected only failure all the systems on…
The project is about controlling digital cameras remotely using USB PTP commands and adding telemetry and camera feedback data to the video signal coming from the controlled camera. The main purpose is to be applied on UAV projects, otherwise, it can be used on every kind of camera remote controlling and shooting.
The hardware used here allows some nice extrapolations of the project. Let's say you could use the USB Host to attach another kind of peripheral like a…Continue
In this video you can see the first flight doing with Virtual Robotix IMU , in the test i only check the sensor board , Gyro and Accelerometer , in the next test i check navy and input output functionality.
Today was a windy day , after solve with Randy a problem on the YAW control .. i doing the preflight check , all seem to work fine and so decide to going in the sky.
I'm using the same PID used with oilpan , there're not…Continue
Image: 1st Run
AVC was great fun and even though I went for broke on the last run and lost my copter, it was well worth it. I learned a lot about copter navigation. The latest code includes all of the updates, which is being tested now by Jack Dunkle.
Run 1 went really well. In turn 1 you…Continue
Added by Roberto Navoni on April 27, 2011 at 9:50am — No Comments
Here is a picture of my quadcopter in its current setup.
I just signed up for an account on this page. Roberto has asked me to write a bit about my quadcopter project and perhaps help out with some of the ChibiOS related aspects of his MP32 project. I have written about this on DIYDrones in the past, but I will try and highlight some of the main aspects here.…Continue
Added by Roberto Navoni on June 22, 2010 at 9:37pm — No Comments
Added by Roberto Navoni on June 13, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments