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Electronic cam stabilizer for copter
posted December 19 2010 14:32.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis

420RcPilot made himself an electronic system for stabilizing a camera horizontally, and plans to attach it on a multicopter. The system is controlled with an Arduino ProMin328i on MultiWiiCopter shield V1.0. A Wii MotionPlus gyro and an ADXL345 accelerometer sends data to the Arduino regarding the tilt and motion. There is a slight delay on pitch, and plans to replace the servo with faster ones to reduce it. He uses a HD1810MG for the pitch and a HD2213MG for the roll, yet he plans to use two HD1810MG for both. Visit his channel for more.

[Link: 420RcPilot]
Tags: electronic project   rc servo   microcontroller   arduino   accelerometer   model   

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