Cotswold Jam and Cambridge Robot Wars
The code I’ll be running there will most like what I uploaded to GitHub yesterday.
Over the next couple of months, I’ll probably just enjoy flying Phoebe and Chloe, and perhaps treat them to some new batteries – primarily so the colours match the rest of their frames!
I might add an angular (rather than motion) control version so I can show the difference in behaviours at the Jams.
What I won’t be doing
I won’t be adding a human into the feedback loop – no remote control – sorry to those of you who have nagged me to do this.
I also won’t be blogging as much as I’ll have less to blog about, other than flight videos. Also it’s clear from the blog stats people are starting to get bored…
Blog bandwidth usage
The underlying decline actually started in February but hidden behind the Build Your Own Automomous Quadcopter – Bill of Materials, Assembly and Testing (BYOAQ-BAT) articles in February, and the fact PC World included me in their 10 insanely innovative, incredibly cool Raspberry Pi projects article in March.