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My first UAVP out door flight

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This is my first UAVP out door flight.

UAVP version 3.14 with 3x adxrs300, Compass and Accl sensor. 762mm frame, CDROM type outrunner motor and 30A PWM ESC.

Payload=907 grams with battery.

Home made polyform canopy and fiberglass rod frame. I use dental floss tie all fiberglass rod together.

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Dawg gone that's nice & stable. Very nice flight. Reminds me of a Weber grill.

What you need to do next is to put a few blinking leds' into the balls and fly it down the street at night & see which neighbor is the first to report a UFO.

What setup are you useing to make it so stable??

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Dawg gone that's nice & stable. Very nice flight. Reminds me of a Weber grill.

What you need to do next is to put a few blinking leds' into the balls and fly it down the street at night & see which neighbor is the first to report a UFO.

What setup are you useing to make it so stable??

This is an Opensource Quadrocopter called UAVP. http://www.uavp.de.

It use three electronic high speed gyros to control the Roll, NIck and Yaw. It so easy to fly this UFO. I will put more LEDs and on-board video camera to take some videos and pictureslater.

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Looking foreward to the videos & pictures... I'll check that site out as well. Thanks for the link.

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