Building and controlling a Quadrotor
Based on Rafael's previous experience in (trying to) building a functional quadrotor we decided to retake the project.
This project is kindly hosted on PUC-Rio, LED Lab at group GIGA.
A quadrotor, also called a quadrotor helicopter or quadrocopter, is an aircraft that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. Quadrotors are classified as rotorcraft, as opposed to fixed-wing aircraft, because their lift is derived from four rotors. They can also be classified as helicopters, though unlike standard helicopters, quadrotors use fixed-pitch blades, whose rotor pitch does not vary as the blades rotate. Control of vehicle motion can be achieved by varying the relative speed of each rotor to change the thrust and torque produced by each."
Components and materials
HAV - Heavy Arial Lift (alumínio) http://oddcopter.com/2012/12/19/easy-diy-quadcopter-build-part-2-the-build/
Talon v2 (fibra de carbono)
Download firmware updates and flash utilities from the Lazy Zero site
Video on how to download firmware images and how to flash them on KK2 controller board:
Hobby King AVRasp programmer - Windows Seven Drivers
Setup & Tunning
Dicas da OddCopter para quadcóptero com controladora KK2: http://oddcopter.com/2012/07/24/setting-up-my-hobbyking-kk2-0-quadcopter-x/
- Dado Sutter
- Fernando Araujo
- Rafael Barmak (a.k.a. Lafael Balmak)