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Flying with two cameras: 2$ gimbal testing + video feed + dvrecorder.

Hello! I just made a 2$ gimbal for my Multiwii aerial video platform in a word:my quadcopter. This gimbal is quiet easy to be built but, as you will see in the youtube movie i published below, it is not as good as i expected to be. Anyway this case i used th elive video feed camera from the aerial platform to test the gimbal, Read More →

Multiwii Mini Flight Controller w/FTDI Interface – Features & Specs

Archived product Details The MultiWii is a gyro/accelerometer based flight controller that is loaded with features. This version of the MultiWii features the ITG-3205 3 axis Mems Gyro, Bosch BMA180 3 axis accelerometer and the ATmega  328P-AU MCU. It also has both an AVRISP header and FTDI Usb interface – covering the best of both worlds.  A great small form flight controller with expandability options Read More →

CP210x USB to UART Bridge

You are searching for the correct driver for this adapter? You should look this article: Multiwii Mini Flight Controller FTDI / USB Adapter on Mac Os X and Windows This one makes part of a complete guide to this multiwii MWC mini flight controller with FTDI usb very good flight controller compared to price   (Visited 806 times, 1 visits today)

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Multiwii Mini Flight Controller FTDI / USB Adapter on Mac Os X

This Article is part of a complete guide to the configuration of this flight controller and it will cover the steps needed in order to get the FTD / USB adapter correctly recognized and working properly under Mac Os X 10.7.5. I’m writing this post, about this very FTDI / USB adapter (AEORC) because i spent a considerable amount of time trying to get the Read More →

This image shows the Multiwii IMU GY_80

Multiwii MWC, Chinese 10DOF (codename GY-80) and Arduino Nano V.3: hooking and testing

Well, i just received my i2c sensors breakout board… Here it is what the Multiwii software configuration file config.h calls GY_80 or GY-80. There is no brand, no model, no serial. We know something just about single main components/chip: (Visited 18,258 times, 16 visits today)