|Feb 02, 2013, 08:27 PM|
Ladybird autopilot video
The 1st flights good enough to get on video. It's extremely unstable, but there is hope. The MPU9150 was the only way to get the sensors small enough. It might also be the smallest thing currently flown by a computer, anywhere in the world.
There was some chance noisy stick voltages were making it unstable, but the oscilloscope showed the noise was down near 20mV while flying deflection was near 500mV in the pitch & 100mV in the roll. The Y position has more error because the camera can't sense depth.
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