From my primary school in the 60’s, I remember that we flew hundreds of paper planes in the school yard. Depending upon the way paper was folded, these planes would be fast or fly long distance or be able to perform some sorts of acrobatics figures (Mostly unexpected I must say). At the same time […]
Posts Tagged ‘Quadcopters’
Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences recently published works relating to their research Biologically Inspired Engineering. These works resulted in this incredibly small and yet powerful flying robotic insects 124 years from now, Clement ADER pioneered the world in the field of aeronautics by flying the first biologically inspired object […]
Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 This post could be named at “Quadcopters and the magic wand” or “Quadcopters and the flying batons”. While watching this incredible new video, I was dreaming at a new ball game played with quadcopters, where quadcopter would flap a soft ball a little bit like volley ball, and throw […]
I am missing my words to express how awesome is this presentation Many Arduinoos visitors are aware about quadcopters, but we were probably missing the capacity of executing cooperative works of these drones.
Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 A very nice blog which includes a lot of valuable information related to quadcopters Starlino deserves 4 stars !
Quadcopters are seriously getting serious. I still remember the vist we paid at the Modelexpo show in Paris, dedicated to all sorts of models. The army had a booth outside the main hall showing for the first time a drone prototype. This was… 10 years from now. Much more flexible than airplane style drones, quadcopters […]