We have the first ever FEZ Copter, and Gus crashed it… bad…
Send me the link for the order page!
Flight #2 results…
Dude, those pics hurt to look at. Poor heli…what did it ever do to Gus to receive such treatment?
Info please – what mainboard? RLP for the pid? Remote controlled or autonomous?
Now, show us some pictures of Gus,after you are done with him. ;D ;D ;D
It is about time we have FEZ Copter running .NET Gadgeteer and .NET Micro Framework. We learned 3 important lessons:
- The motors we selected are POWERFUL. They can lift your FEZ, a camera, GPS…
- Propellers can cut you, image added for reference!
- Cheap controllers available on market are a piece of crap! We tested 2 with very disappointing results!
And sure we have recorder this for you! What is better to do on a Friday
Looks like GHI will not be in the UAV business in the near future.
Looking good! Except the fact that you obviously haven’t been reading our other copter thread concerning warnings about sharp props and powerful motors… However, I think the title of this thread is jumping the gun a bit. I wouldn’t consider that flight just yet…
Tell us more… Are you controlling it with NETMF or RLP? What Gyro/IMU are you using? What FEZ?
How did you guys control it? Serial?
Here is a pretty cool frame that i think i have to get and try .
It is cool but it looks like a lot of wasted weight I’ve had my eye on this one:
But as busy HK seems to be in the multirotor area lately, I’m going to hold off for a while to see what all they come up with. It seems lately they’ve come out with a new frame every other week.
yes that is a good one to.