Samot wrote:Sad to listen that RT5350F is being abandoned but I understand the limitations. I'll have to consider getting a TL-WR703N as my hacking skills are very limited.
Just in, case yesterday I also wrote to the manufacturer asking for any details oh I2C and source code (long shot, I'm not expecting great news).
Today I took my WiFli outside with a very calm breeze and found that can not keep it up with the air current. Maybe some mods are necessary. Removing (or reducing) the giro's weight may improve the forward flight at expenses of stability tough I haven't try it yet. An other option adding some nose weight which will make the chopper move forward even in the "rest" position or try enlarging the the rotor propeller. I'll try to experiment with the second one.
So long, today's experience has cost me a landing skid which I'm glueing right now.
Samot wrote:When you succeed it would be fun to see a video!
Samot wrote:You could experiment putting a capacitor in parallel with the motor. Not sure which capacity though...
SureshotM6 wrote:If anyone is interested, I've updated @Myrhev's python control script to support the XBox 360 gamepad and made a couple of improvements:
http://code.google.com/p/wifli-control/ ... atamari.py
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