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How to make a home made DIY Arduino based quadcopter. Link to Arduino code + schematics: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qcfd27buc7o9ep0/AAAjgNwChewsASVR9SUxpiUXa?dl=0 ------------------------------ Parts: Motors: 4x FC 28-22 (1200kv) ESC: 4x Hobbyking SS Series 15-18A ESC Battery: 2x ZIPPY Compact 3700mAh 3S 25C Props: 4x 10x4.5 SF Props 2CW+2CCW Radio-controller: Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch V2
Looking for a good but simple FPV on-screen display for your DJI Phantom or Naza that you can freely configure yourself? You better watch this video. In this video I’ll show you how to connect the osd to the DJI GPS of a Phantom or Naza quadcopter. With the Arduino IDE it is possible to configure and program the on screen display module. How to make the connection to the DJI GPS module: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JoOY6_cwXc The module that I used: http://rctimer.com/product-862.html Data sheet for the MAX7456 http://www.brokking.net/Youtube/MAX7456.pdf How to create your own characters for the MAX7456: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAdLBBXcwEg Data sheet for the ATmega328 http://www.brokking.net/Youtube/ATmega328.pdf Data sheet for the ublox UBX protocol: http://www.brokking...
Lumi Gaming Drone Review http://www.DadDoes.Com Today we review the Lumi Gaming Drone from WowWee. The Lumi Gaming Drone sells for $79 at Amazon - http://amzn.to/2duGf2Y While we had a lot of fun with Lumi, one word of caution. The LUMI currently gets thrown off by carpets. If you have carpeted floors, the LUMI's sonar may not work correctly. You will get much better results if you fly over wood or tile floors. We are experiencing this problem on 9/25/16 - but a fix from WowWee is expected soon to improve performance over carpets. Here is more info on Lumi - Introducing Lumi - the drone that is so easy to control, anyone can fly it! Instead of concentrating on keeping Lumi airborne, you can focus on playing fun games or creating your own custom air show. Lumi features one-touch tric...
While taking a morning walk around Demolition Ranch, I found two escaped convicts. Obviously a fight to the death ensued... Special thanks to SOG for the support! http://www.sogknives.com/ https://www.facebook.com/SOGKnivesAndTools Demolition Ranch Apparel http://ambitiouscustomprinting.com/collections/demolitionranch Follow us at http://www.facebook.com/DemolitionRanch Intro made by http://www.youtube.com/autodidactdystopia Intro music is called "Club Diver" by Kevin MacLeod from incompetech.com. Outro music is from machinimasound.com
Every serious zombie apocalypse prepper needs one of these ASAP!!! You can choose ANY audiobook totally FREE and it helps support Demolition Ranch!!! http://www.audible.com/demoranch Demolition Ranch Apparel http://ambitiouscustomprinting.com/collections/demolitionranch http://www.facebook.com/DemolitionRanch https://instagram.com/demolition_ranch/ MDK "Pheonix" Rocket Pimp Remix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fOwn13jL6Q "Club Diver" by Kevin MacLeod from incompetech.com. Outro music by MDK, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_t5Lm040Gw
Today we unbox Lumi! A new gaming drone from WowWee, the same company that brought us the amazing Chip and MiP. This drone that is so easy to control, anyone can fly it! Instead of concentrating on keeping Lumi airborne, you can focus on playing fun games or creating your own custom air show. Lumi features one-touch tricks and stablilizes itself in auto-pilot mode, leaving your hands free to play app-based games that let you interact with Lumi in the air. Walk away with the included beacon and Lumi will follow you, while avoiding both objects and walls Learn more by going here: http://wowwee.com/lumi
https://igg.me/at/lumi-interactive-gaming-drone Lumi is a highly advanced, yet easy-to-fly quadcopter that combines exciting drone action with accessible controls. With BeaconSense™ technology, Lumi can literally fly itself while the user plays, directs and commands the drone for app-based Gamified Flight™.
Fantastic teamworking and engineering sessions using Parrot Minidrones and Tynker to program them with code to overcome challenges. Highly engaging active learning brought to you through support from the Institution of Engineering & Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Contact us through www.skillsupply.co.uk
We take the new DJI Phantom 3 Advanced and Professional quadcopters out for some test flights! Eric Cheng of DJI joins us to discuss how these new quads differ from previous models in terms of their flight capability and cameras, bringing in features previously introduced in the Inspire 1. We then put these quadcopters up in the air to test the new stabilization systems and 4K video! Thanks to Eric Cheng for some of the Phantom 3 video footage. Subscribe for more videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=testedcom Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/testedcom Get updates on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/testedcom Tested is: Norman Chan http://www.twitter.com/nchan Will Smith http://www.twitter.com/willsmith Joey Fameli http://www.twitter.com/joeyfameli ...
Get a Free Trial: https://goo.gl/C2Y9A5 Get Pricing Info: https://goo.gl/kDvGHt Ready to Buy: https://goo.gl/vsIeA5 For More on Simulation-based Tests and Simulink Test, visit: https://www.mathworks.com/products/simulink-test/ Experience a new way to perform simulation testing of your Simulink model and generated code. The recently introduced Simulink Test product provides an automation framework for early testing of Simulink models, and for reusing your model testing assets in the verification of generated code. In addition, Simulink Test removes the burden of creating custom test environments by providing features for managing test harnesses and test cases as well as for evaluating results. Webinar highlights include: Learning how to perform functional tests, execute unit/regressi...
Drone Stories: Controlling Drones with Linux Coding Linux to control drones has been around for some time now, this video shows some detail ways to use Linux to control drones along with some cool ideas using hand gesture that can be adapted to flying drones. Open source Linux is a great way to control drones for hobbyist that is easy to learn and lowers cost of flying drones. The video is long but well worth the details of the two major sections from experts in the field of UAV's / Drones used for personal use and commercial drone use. Here are some helpful links to Linux projects on Github and others: https://github.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=gesture+control+drone&type=Repositories&ref=searchresults https://www.dronecode.org/ http://www.linux.com/news/embedded-mobile/mobile-linux/...
Let your coding skills take flight! Use your coding skills to take control of a drone, see it fly to see your work in action! (13+ years).
Using MATLAB r2014a and an unofficial support package, this short video shows deploying a Simulink model to an AR Drone 2.0. The C code for the Kalman filter and control algorithm is generated and compiled with a Cortex-A enabled toolchain, then the executable is loaded onto the drone using wifi, then executed while keeping a network connection enabling the view of signals and states and adjusting parameters in quasi real time. Control loop turning at 400 Hz.
Arduino code link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cgqzhisb2gbgjjc/basic_t.ino?dl=0 http://cs-ensa-m.max.st/
The Aruco marker on top of the quadcopter is used for feedback control. The marker is detected by a camera mounted on the ceiling. Details: https://github.com/PeterRooijakkers/System-Identification-and-Linear-Control-of-the-AR.Drone-2.0
QuadCopter X with Multiwii (last Dev) 1.9. All the issues with ACC now gone! At this time I´m a happy pilot. Thanks to genious like Alex and Ziss_DM and more it´s know possible to have a perfect inexpensive UAV flying equaly to the most expensives on the market. Many thanks to all coders. Lotus T580 - Frame, Motors (600KV) and Props (12x6); Paris board V4 - original WMP / NK; Hobby Wing FLY FUN 18A ESC´s; 3S 2200mah 20c; 12min flight´s (without FPV gear); FPV flight max. 9min and the flying weight is 1.455kg
Este video muestra el test de un quadcoptero desarrollado con el kit STM32F4 Discovery y su interfaz de control basada en PC mediando un programa escrito en SDL. Este proyecto esta en desarrollo y como verán todas las partes tanto software como hardware son de producción propia. Sigo trabajando en él!!!
code source : https://github.com/NabilChouba/PMW-ESC-Turingy---STM32F4DISCOVRY/ first step is : How to Make a Motor Spin need to PWM signal with 50Mhz frequency for the first 4 second duty cycle period is 1ms (mean motor is off) to disarm the ESC (Electric Speed Controllers) next increase the duty cycle period to 1.1ms (max is 2ms) to make the motor spin
This is the first footage I took from the little camera on the Code Black Drone. This thing is smaller than my palm but has incredible range and is very responsive. It is relatively cheap on the drone scale and definitely worth every penny. That is the 5 freeway you see in the background near the 5/55 split.
This week in Future Coders class we learned about some amazing Quad Copters. We learned about some of the "coding" that is required for them to even fly. We talked about the similarities about how Karel also has sensors to know where he is (North), and how both Karel and "Drones" can use GPS coordinates... Gyros... the works. And Coders make it all happen! So then we did a little flying too! Notice the kids have spontaneously formed a large human PCY on the blacktop! Good fun!