In the town where my school is located, we have museum of modern history. Last few weeks they have exhibition of computer history named GOTO1982. I and my shoolmates went to visit this great exhibition.
UDOO is an extremely interesting project aiming to bridge the gap between Arduino micro-controllers and the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. It is the best of both worlds supporting simple management of sensors and the flexibility a having a full-fledged computer.
First thing you need to do when building quad is absolutely frame. So what are things needed to make good and quality frame that will be able to carry 2 kilos, will be vibration-resistant (you have to put a lot of atention here - even if you don't plan fly FPV).
Here are some last details about this project. Firt, I'll show you GPIO numbers used with our software. If you want to test our software with you pi, wire lights, I2C and other stuff like shown in this table:
We've seen the credit card-sized device used in a DSLR battery grip, a Minecraft server, and a gaming console. Since its release it's been enhanced with an optimized OS, an overclocking tool, more RAM, and an app store.
Intel’s Haswell processors are just around the corner, expected to be here within the next month, and as a result the professional overclockers are ramping up efforts to break those world records before the Core i7 4770K is even released.
Comparing flight controllers is a hard job because there is a lot of things to comapare and also the purpose of the FC is not always the same. I had both: Arducopter and MultiWii but I stand for ArduCopter.