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C# .NET Quadcopter

A flight controller is a special harware component that is typically purchased and installed to fly a UAV.  Many projects use flight controllers – this is not one of them! This is an experiment to fly a quadcopter in .NET and to demonstrate the eloquence of Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) for processing sensory input to control the output in a system. References Windows IoT Extensions for the UWP Reactive Extensions Flight dynamics Controlling rotary-wing aircraft …

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How to build your own Quadcopter Autopilot / Flight Controller

Contents Introduction Reading the Radio Inputs Controlling the motors Determining Orientation Acrobatic / Rate mode control Stablilised Control Final Product – video and full code Other ideas: Safety Optional: Raspberry Pi Optional: Autonomous Flight Introduction This article will walk you through building your own controller whilst teaching you the details of how it works. This …

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Autonomous, Cardboard, Rasberry Pi Controlled QuadCopter

Step 1: Materials Cardboard from the recycling bin,The sheet we we used was 32″x20″ with a thickness off around 4.1mm. A large clean box should do. Motors from Hobby King, 4x + Propeller clamps, We used Turnigy D3530/14 1100KV Brushless Outrunner Motor at $14.56 each. Our motors also came with propeller clamps which allowed us …

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