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TriWiiCopter
posted August 31 2010 18:24.51





Alexandre Dubus after building a fantastic tricopter, decided to keep the original chassis and add some Nintendo Wii console gyroscopes. Combined with an Arduino ProMini and a 6DOF IMU made from Nintendo Wii MotionPlus and Nunchuk.
The result is a perfect, stable flight as you can see in the video from the onboard camera that has almost no vibrations even if it is just cable staped without any vibration dampeners.
The whole documentation complete with schematics and more pics can be found here for the tricopter and here for the TriWiiCopter.

[Link: radio-commande]
Tags: electronic project   diy   rc servo   Wii   remote control (RC)   microcontroller   arduino   accelerometer   mechanical   
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