Posts Tagged ‘robotarmy’

Quadcoptor Software Control

I haven’t quite yet forgotten about my quadcoptor project. It was on hold while I was schooling, but now that’s over I’ve picked it up again. I don’t currently have a good setup for the hardware, so I’ve been focusing on software. Specifically, the controller. The controller dovetails quite nicely from the work on my […]

Patch Cables

Short note on patch cables. They’re the wires used to connect things up on solderless breadboards. I got a mess of them in the microcontroller kit, all different colors. I do enjoy the color coding. Thing is, I’m having the same problem I had way back when I was a freshman in college: my cables […]

Quadcopter Parts List

I started by making a spreadsheet of everything I would need to purchase, cost and links to the product pages. I also separated the list out into Brain, Body and Tools. The brain is where I’m more comfortable, being a programmer. I’ve done a little embedded programming before (Motorola 68k), but I’m excited to try […]

Robot Army: Quadcopter

The robot army is coming along, if slowly. I started, recently, on building a quadcopter. For those who don’t know what a quadcopter is, well… check them out. They’re pretty awesome. I’m working on a prototype at the moment. I don’t know yet if I am going to build more, but I’ve got ideas of […]