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31  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: RC Quadrotor Helicopter Instructable on: July 06, 2011, 12:41:42 am
retrolefty,

What makes you think this is frank's or my first arduino project?
or was it just a random comment?

I didn't get your comment...
32  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: RC Quadrotor Helicopter Instructable on: July 05, 2011, 11:13:58 pm
Frank,

I watched the video again and thats true, only the takeoffs were instables.
I also noticed that there was a XBee in your quad. Are you using XBee to control the quad either?
What controller are you using?

I made a controller myself and I'm gonna try in the quad. It's motion sensitive. I posted in this topic: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,65685.0.html

And I'm aware of the XBee range and Ill get a XBee pro. (up to 1.6km) Thanks for the tip anyway smiley-grin
33  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: RC Quadrotor Helicopter Instructable on: July 05, 2011, 10:08:01 am
I'm doing a project that is almost the same as yours, diverging that I'm gonna use XBee as the transmitter.
Now I'm really scared, cause everyone I see using this frame ends in tragedy in the first flight.

Look, was the stabilization system working well?  Just accelerating up is not enough to a smooth take off?
34  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Homemade Wireless Motion Sensitive Controller (Like Wii) on: July 04, 2011, 06:06:52 pm
Hello folks,

I've made a wireless controller driven by movement, with support so plugin pedals and a software to emulate a normal Joystick in order to make it usable in any Windows software, game or simulator.
The chip was programmed by an Arduino board.

It's pretty cool. See the video below:


For any question or detail you can ask either in here or in the video comments.

Thanks!  smiley-lol
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