12-29, 23:00–00:00 (Europe/Berlin), ChaosZone TV
Let's mesh 3d printing, electronics and software hacking into one discipline, strap a set of video goggles to our heads like we're getting ready to to do battle in the TRON universe, jump into a virtual cockpit and fly at speeds over 180-200kmh. Welcome to FPV!
Let's talk drones! This is an introduction into the multifaceted world of FPV multicopters. We will move from basic to advanced concepts and by the end, have a general understanding on what FPV is and how to get started. The following topics will be discussed:
- What is FPV?
- What components make up a modern multicopter?
- How to build our own drone.
- How to flash our drone with open-source software.
- What peripheral devices are used for controlling a drone?
Building your own home-made flying robot is an exciting undertaking. With that said, preheat your 3D printer, warm up your soldering iron and fire up your IDE. Let's get started!
S. Fleming aka nuxnik. is a self taught, self employed software developer by day. By night, he has been known to iterate open pads with a jtagulator, probe a DUT with an oscilloscope or logic analyzer, compile and flash a flight controller or ESC, push code to an open source software project, make furniture in his workshop, model and 3D print various thingamajigs/widgets, and make the occasional QSO via CW or SSB. Place of residence: Germany.