30 May '16, 5am

Hackaday Prize Entry: Raspberry Pi Zeros And Drones

Hackaday Prize Entry: Raspberry Pi Zeros And Drones

Of course, there are dozens of flight controllers for drones and quads out there, but very few are running Linux, and even fewer platforms are as well supported as the Raspberry Pi. To leverage this, [Victor] is running Dronecode on the Pi for mission planning, real autopilot, and everything else that turns a remote controlled quadcopter into a proper drone. It works, and it’s flying, and you can check out the video proof below.

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