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Autonomous quadrotor balances inverted pendulum
posted May 12 2011 19:26.20 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is not the first time that i upload videos with multicopters in the Flying Machine Arena, and every time they are more and more impressive. This time, Raffaello D'Andrea and Markus Hehn, managed to make a quadrotor balance an inverted pendulum in flight. Moreover, the copter is able to fly sideways, up and down and in circles, while keeping the pendulum stable! Read more here.



[Link: ieee spectrum]
Tags: physics   pendulum   autonomous   flying machines   quadrotor   
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