- published: 19 Aug 2015
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Scratch programming is easy -- Drone programming is not. Learn to program Drones easily with Scratch using a Scratch Extension developed by Camp K12. Anshul from Camp K12 shows you how to program drones to fly around a room and even do front-flips using just a few lines of Scratch code. Scratch Extension available on GitHub at: https://github.com/campk12/ScratchForARDrone Learn more about Camp K12 at: http://campk12.com
See more from CES 2016: http://www.cnet.com/ces/ Robolink's drone isn't just a remote control toy -- you can actually program this connected flyer to follow custom paths. Subscribe to CNET: http://bit.ly/17qqqCs Watch more CNET videos: http://www.cnet.com/video Follow CNET on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CNET Follow CNET on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cnet
Ryan Boland on Embedded Programming for Quadcopters Ryan tells us how he built a drone from scratch, including which components you'll need and how the code works to keep the copter flying. We lost audio for 2 minutes. It was cut out, but if anything isn't clear because of this, we're sorry. It's still full of great information. Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/ryanboland18/quad-stripped Presented at Code & Supply in Pittsburgh, PA. Learn more at http://www.codeandsupply.co
Parrot now offers a complete coding package for developers and developers-to-be to perform their own work on our products SDK. Finding creative new use of our drones, developing games, add-ons... Possibilities are endless. Discover all our existing compatible apps to learn on coding drones. Join the drone coding movement! Learn more : http://developer.parrot.com/
SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1OjoHD6 for new videos! WATCH ALL CREATIONS HERE: http://bit.ly/1JA2Dxp OUR WEBSITE: http://www.futureideas.us A drone you can easily program to do whatever you want: follow you, engage in laser battles, go through a maze and more! SUPPORT THIS PROJECT HERE: www.robolink.com Video used with permission. Video Copyright (c) of its respective owner.
Drone Stories: Controlling Drones with Linux Coding Linux to control drones has been around for some time now, this video shows some detail ways to use Linux to control drones along with some cool ideas using hand gesture that can be adapted to flying drones. Open source Linux is a great way to control drones for hobbyist that is easy to learn and lowers cost of flying drones. The video is long but well worth the details of the two major sections from experts in the field of UAV's / Drones used for personal use and commercial drone use. Here are some helpful links to Linux projects on Github and others: https://github.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=gesture+control+drone&type=Repositories&ref=searchresults https://www.dronecode.org/ http://www.linux.com/news/embedded-mobile/mobile-linux/...
PLEASE USE THE YMFC-AL (AUTO-LEVEL) SOFTWARE: https://youtu.be/DYpHB-LfloI These videos are just for reference. The new software is much easier to setup and supports almost all transmitters. You can download the Arduino sketch here: http://www.brokking.net/ymfc-al_main.html
Check out the full post for details: http://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/python-scripts-power-drones In this lightning talk, Robert Clarke (CEO, Kind Robotics) explains how he uses Python scripts to maneuver drones, track motion sensors, and create complex missions. This talk was given at the New York Python Meetup Group hosted by Two Sigma.
8 year old Kedar from Camp K12's Geeks-in-Residence program shows you how to code a quadcopter (drone) using a visual programming language to rise up, spin, and land. Camp K12 is all about giving young kids like Kedar the chance to make and do things with technology that seem inaccessible, too difficult, or impossible. But as 8-year-old Kedar proves, it's never too early to start! Learn more at http://campk12.com
Fantastic teamworking and engineering sessions using Parrot Minidrones and Tynker to program them with code to overcome challenges. Highly engaging active learning brought to you through support from the Institution of Engineering & Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Contact us through www.skillsupply.co.uk
I was using the Parrot AR Drone 2.0 as my project presentation for Graduation Demo at Coding Dojo. I used the NodeCopter API drone along with the Webflight API. It was a very difficult project but it was amazing turnout. I apologize for not being able to do the flip function in an enclosed area.