31 Jul '17, 8pm

These Twenty Wheels, Wings, and Walkers Won $1000 In The Hackaday Prize

These Twenty Wheels, Wings, and Walkers Won $1000 In The Hackaday Prize

The entries in this round of the Hackaday Prize are exactly what we’re looking for in the Wheels, Wings, and Walkers challenge. There were ships and submarines, projects that use drones in novel ways , interesting flying platforms, projects that are destined for the next generation of open robotics , and projects that just barely move very precisely . The one project on Hackaday.io that most appeals to our reptilian brain — a lawnmower powered quadcopter / decapitron — is getting an upgrade with wireless variable pitch rotors

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