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Thanks for your like to my project https://hackaday.io/project/87345-mini-vertical-wind-generator-3d-printed
Thanks for the likes!
Hahahah, excellent XD
Did you just move to somewhere north of the equator? Just wondering why you're upside down. :-)
I set my profile to southern hemisphere. You might have yours set to northern.
Not sure what mine's set to…guess the default… just thought it was only the ones on the other side of the planet that are up-side-down.
By the way hi Stuart! We used to take a few of the same classes at uni :)
Thanks for the follow of my flight Sim. I am waiting on a few parts to wrap up my GoKart Tank V2 bfore I hit this full tilt.
Thank you for the like on my retro futuristic automobile control panel project. I am sorry for the long delayed answer.
Thanks ! Here's one more buckNo need to thank, it's free ! Like a buck in the forest :-)
Howdy Blecky! Thanks for the skull/follow :)
Thank you for your interest in the Joysix.
I will do my best to update and document it!
@Blecky I'm still thinking on how to use this system as a reference for a formation of drones
I am sort of in the process of creating a SubPos receiver (like a GPS receiver) that can interface to autopilots. I did try to cram most of the trilateration code into an ESP module, but they are just a bit too slow to process this (postioning output was, about once per 5 seconds and limited to 3 Nodes). The ESP module doesn't have any decent floating point stuff either, so it was terribly difficult to program for. I have got an ESP module firmware that spits out the position information of Nodes however - https://github.com/subpos/esp_wifi_scannerYou would have to couple that with some trilateration calcs on another device. If you don't mind waiting however, I should have a device that does this in the not too distant future.
Watch for a kickstarter in March ;
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