Spyder prototype #2, flight 2

Juli 23, 2011 · Posted in Allgemein 


Quadrotor prototype built using the Parallax Propeller chip and custom flight control software. This flight included improved stability software.

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14 Responses to “Spyder prototype #2, flight 2”

  1. gordonputfile on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    What sort of sensors are you using for attitude control? Great video, thanks for sharing.

  2. waruma on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Very cool project dude! Where did you get your motors and 3 wing propellers from? Also, how did you attach the motors to the propellers? This is an awesome project! Nice work.

  3. EuReKaDeAdScOpE on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Lol to “shoot things”

  4. CrispinProctor69 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Very cool! Looks very stable and subdued. Software working well then.

    On the failure side, you could get it to shut down the opposite motor. Then, any tilt around the “working” axis could be negated by the working motor. Reversing the motor would push it down, “normal” would pick it up. It would be tough to do and avoid any oscillations which would cause it to run away. At the same time you could slow down the working pair for a softer crash landing. Just an idea :)

    Still – awesome as it is.

  5. oceanmasterza on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    military is using something similar that holds a high powered “rifle” to be used to shoot “things”

  6. GWJax on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Great Job!!!! I love the fact you used a Parallax Propeller for the MCU..

    Jax

  7. mike478911 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Great project I hope some day you’ll share your code…….nice!…..nice!

  8. DarkonekoHellsing on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    if there’s an emergency-shut off of the opposite-side engine, wouldn’t it be able to land not too badly ?

  9. omgitsaliv55 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    This is an AWESOME project. Where did you get the motors and propellers from?

  10. JasonDorie on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    If an engine failed it wouldn’t balance properly any more, and would fall out of the sky. Luckily electric motors don’t fail often.

  11. diderot321 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Great Job…but a question….

    What happens if an engine fails??

    Would still be possible toland it???

  12. mickvk on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    Nice job. The gyro stabilization is key. I’ve seen other attempts with out a stabilizer – can’t even hover for more than 3 seconds.

  13. overfrozen1 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    how fast can it go?

  14. overfrozen1 on Oktober 25th, 2009 02:16

    dude this is awesome!
    you got to tell me how to make this, post some sort of instructions for it
    so much potential

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