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Flybrix brings bundles to make Lego octocopter
The company Flybrix San Francisco Lego combines with electronics and a controller to make working octocopters of the stones. Because of this, according to the authors, the aircraft easy to assemble and crash-friendly.
The Basic Kit Flybrix of $ 149 includes everything you need to make a octocopter Lego as eight propellers, with a compatible Arduino control board, a lipo battery and easy to attach boom arm and motors. The boom arm and the control board have been adapted so that they are going to Lego. The controller board contains a Cortex-M4 soc at 96MHz, barometer, magnetometer, LED’s, support for an SD memory card reader and Bluetooth. Adding Wi-Fi and GPS support would be possible.
Builders can supplied Lego bricks, and a minifig, using their model, but Flybrix stimulates create self-designed creations with their own Lego. The operation takes place via Bluetooth, with an app for iOS or Android. In addition, a deluxe set of $ 189 with a special controller, which also get loose for $ 80.Viewing:-96
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