note to self
Using wikis and digital fabrication tools, Marcin Jakubowski is open-sourcing the blueprints for 50 farm machines, allowing anyone to build their own tractor or harvester from scratch.
have a look at
just TED Talks I watched
the complete collection
not a big fan of prejudice
we just need to make robots work for us, and leave us more time to do more interesting stuff
meditate, be aware
democracy needs to evolve
everything you know about addiction is wrong
This object on thingiverse caught my attention:
On rcgroups there is a thread about the SciSky board that is used
This quad are ideal for lazy pilots that don’t bother going all the way to the closest park to fly. You can simply fly in your yard, or even at home! (video is not mine)
They can only carry a featherweight FPV camera+transmitter.
Veeeeeery crash resistant and reasonably cheap, especially compared to brushless setups. Of course performance are not the same as a 250 racing quad but if your goal is to enjoy flying in a small area this is the way to go!!
I ordered the following items:
- Flight controller + receiver (DSM2) + 4xbrushed ESC – Micro SciSky
- micro FPV camera
- micro 5.8GHz video transmitter
- DSM2 transmitter module since my Taranis uses a different protocol
I plan on reusing motors, propellers and batteries from some of my broken Cheerson CX-10 and Eachine micro quads.
For the frame I’ll ask a friend to print it out for me =)
You can find complete parts list and a lot more on the rcgroups thread
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