I would appreciate input from people who have experience with Arduino and DIY projects.
I must start by saying I am a total beginner at this...
I understand how a small cheap gyro like ENC-03r on the Quadboard can keep a copter from slowly rotating. Using a 328 to sample, it should be able to measure as small as about 70deg / minute of rotation. This is fine for Yaw, anything better and you'd need a compass.Stupid Question alert:But how does that keep it from flipping over? 70 deg of pitch or roll in a minute and it would nearly be upside down!This would not be a problem for a traditional copter, but a Quadrotor is inherently unstable?It requires another sensor or human input at the stick?
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