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COOL !!!

using 3 servos as instrument indicators is such a cool idea !!

will be really smart for FPV installations with pan tilt cams, so they can look down at the instruments,

but ok the cost of the 3 servos and the weight, is maybe bigger compared to the OSD chip :-)

you have the main CPU handling the NMEA and all you need is one more handeling the OSD,

but anyway no need to invent the wheel :-) I like your way of doing stuff a new and different way,

keep inventing, please add a video clip of them indicators moving.

BTW: that video you are refering too is maybe one of the coolest FPV clips I have ever seen,

it is not you behind the sticks ?

who made it, and where ? and using what kind of equipment ?

please can any one provide this info ?

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Hi Thomas,

Thats the "veranda" video shot in rio de janeiro, brazil by "gabriel" and yes he is one of the most fantastic pilots I have ever seen. This video was posted on the rangevideo.com for a while as gabrial use a 1w 2.4hz rf/video system from them, the plane he uses is/was a flying wing/zagi-type(not sure of the exact brand).

and he has more videos on youtube and hangs out in the fpv forum on rcgroups sometimes..

hope this helps

gwen

COOL !!!

using 3 servos as instrument indicators is such a cool idea !!

will be really smart for FPV installations with pan tilt cams, so they can look down at the instruments,

but ok the cost of the 3 servos and the weight, is maybe bigger compared to the OSD chip :-)

you have the main CPU handling the NMEA and all you need is one more handeling the OSD,

but anyway no need to invent the wheel :-) I like your way of doing stuff a new and different way,

keep inventing, please add a video clip of them indicators moving.

BTW: that video you are refering too is maybe one of the coolest FPV clips I have ever seen,

it is not you behind the sticks ?

who made it, and where ? and using what kind of equipment ?

please can any one provide this info ?

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