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Has anyone gotten started on their article yet?
me also not started working for the $200 robot contest , trickynekro autopilot using what??
just a question about this helicopter thing,, are you guys tottaly aware of FLYING?i mean the aeromechanics,, how much should you push air?,,,,aero stuff in general,,any studies about that?
well good luck with that ,,expect too many crashes,, how big the helli is gonna be?how much weight?
hmm are u using an already made chassis of a toy helicopter then think it wone be very difficult but if u want full automation then iam interested in it ..
To ADMIN:I know member pages are not for blog like situations BUT... That project can only be completed in stages...So as far as I have a stage done, I will provide dates, how to, building info, coding info, physics info general info, how I got the parts and so on...
Quote from: TrickyNekro on May 18, 2008, 05:02:12 AMTo ADMIN:I know member pages are not for blog like situations BUT... That project can only be completed in stages...So as far as I have a stage done, I will provide dates, how to, building info, coding info, physics info general info, how I got the parts and so on...Why?It should be written like any tutorial , take the 50 dollar robot tutorial as example. Remember the tutorial should have a focus on the program aspect of it , and only a bit of background info to understand the concept , for the robot itself
making an helicopter isnt complex
ohh I seeYou are absolutely right!but for the other tutorials which deal with less complex robotics , they will not need that much.Can't wait to see the heliare you gonna make a quadracopter or just a regular heli?
Quotemaking an helicopter isnt complex i think landing would be
how is it gonna see whats infront? to not let it bump into a wall or somthin
considering fast movement of the helli i dont think you have any time to do scans.. so the sensor should be stabely directed at one point,the ir wont do it under the sun,, a sonar is better for this
But I insist on stage like project appearance, cause the whole thing is very complicated...