ELF VRdrone - Open, Share, 3D-VR
by elecfreaks, published
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Here uncover all 3D print files of ELF VRdrone (hexa copter after the quad http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:501904 . )
And overview of the nano drone, probably the world's first selfie nano drone with VR first person view piloting.
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- Open source. Which is to say, ELF is a development platform for makers, not just a toy. Using the most common seen open source hardware Arduino programming environment, ELF can be reviewed into what you want by modifying the codes and hardware.
- 3D printed shell. 3D print hobbyists can download the software from Thingiverse and print their own drone. Choose printing filaments of whatever color to print their personalized drones. They can also design theirs.
- Compact, ultra-portable. Safer, easy to fly indoors.
- Smartphone app control. Support for iOS and Android (Bluetooth 4.0 and later version). Using Bluetooth low energy (BLE) on smartphones and wifi as powerful computing capability. ELF allows real-time photo & video share anywhere.
- 720P high definition wifi cam. 720P visual quality record and VGA-quality real-time transmission.
- Ultrasonic constant level flight. (doing)
Download the files and print out your ELF nano drone.
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ELF VRdrone - Open, Share, 3D-VR by elecfreaks is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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- You must distribute Remixes under the same license as the original.
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- Commercial use is allowed.
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