Parrot AR Drone: Helikopter per iPhone steuern

AR.Drone – user upload (video summary)

This video has been uploaded to The-Parrot-ARDrone.com by user focusonline. Here is a summary of the video in their own words:

Die AR.Drone von Parrot ist ein WLAN-Helikopter mit vier Propellern und zwei Kameras. Matthias Matting hat das per iPhone, iPod und iPad steuerbare Miniatur-Fluggerät getestet. www.focus.de

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    das is immer so behindert wenn gesagt wird man kann keine fotos usw machen…. weils einfach nicht stimmt

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    Achtung! Die Apps zum filmen und Fotoschießen sind schon draussen

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    matting ist immer noch im stimmbruch xD

  • N37BU6

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    It’s an iPad accessory, nothing more. Designed for novelty, not performance. So people who whine about it are obviously more interested in cheap kicks than actually flying something… hence them being treated accordingly.

    $80.00 will buy you one you’ll never have a single issue with. I know not being able to “HURR DURR I CUNTROLLS IT WID AN IPAD DERP” is disappointing, but that’s life.

    Tilt sensing… man, people are easily amused. Wouldn’t you rather focus on the FLYING than the method?

  • N37BU6

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    “Parrot broadcast a wireless signal that is indeed detected by the iPhone. It requires a password! This thing is supposed to be able to fly around other UAVs with no problem. This is not your average UAV, this is something else”

    Tell that to NASA, General Dynamics, Lockheed-Martin, MIT, and everyone else who had unwanted results. Are you telling me their billion dollar toys experience issues this one can’t?

    You have far too much faith in wifi and $5.00 receivers.

  • N37BU6

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    “At best, it would cause it to act out for a little bit and that’s it.”

    Define “act out for a little bit”, genius. Does it mean “waver to the left for 0.8 seconds” or “go to full throttle for 7.5 seconds” or what? Because based on your previous comments, you have just contradicted yourself.

    You just create the rules as you go, breaking them in the next comment. You’re not trying to find the solution… win at all costs. And in this case, the cost is your credibility.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    Don’t you get it? Your whole argument relies on the fact that it’s a secure connection… so what? Interference doesn’t care. And interference is a MUCH simpler explanation than anything else. And so commonplace in cheap toys it’s a given.

    Are you telling me every drone that has crashed during R&D was flown into the ground on purpose? Because it couldn’t be anything else according to your logic, right? Because “encrypted” means “flawless” to you.

    FACEPALM

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    LOL… now you’re pulling out the mom card. Weak.

    You just keep unraveling.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    Ever heard of FCC standards?

    “Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference, and this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.”

    It’s stamped on everything for a reason, you know… and if it isn’t, the device is probably one of the culprits causing the interference. But you will invariably see “Made in China” in its place.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    Maybe there’s something wrong with the firmware that sends it to full throttle at signal loss… although that’s a HUGE thing to miss and would have been caught by now. But at this point, I don’t see the need to reinvent the wheel to explain a problem that’s very well known and commonplace.

    You think this is the only thing to suffer from this? It’s a rare annoyance in high-end models, but prevalent in cheap toys such as this with generic parts and low signal strength.

  • N37BU6

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    All r/c machines are prone to it. Most infamous are IR controlled helos; often the sun overpowers the receiver and sends them to full throttle. But they are ALL prone to it, encrypted or not. Interference isn’t subject to security.

    It’s simple; whether AM, FM, SW, IR, or anything else, there is ALWAYS a chance of interference through frequency or amplitude. And there’s no greater abundance of interference than the realm in which this thing exists.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    You keep telling me I have my foot in my mouth if it makes you feel better. If repetition is how you delude yourself, be my guest.

    You’re claiming there’s “no reason” for an action. That is pathetic. As rhetorical or figurative is it may be, it’s still wrong. But if you use your brain and look for the simplest answer, that’s usually where the truth lies. And in the world of r/c, this is nothing new. It’s generally referred to as “glitching” and is caused by interference.

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    @N37BU6 Of course I will never learn…….. not from you anyways. And I still maintain that I believe I am right, is there something wrong with having faith on myself? Besides it is clear that you don’t agree with me, and there is no way for you to see the light, so I just called it the end and that’s it. I could write a lot of opinions about you as well, but guess what, I just think is funnier watching you with your foot in your mouth.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    “but I believe you are wrong and I am right, end of the story.”

    “beliveve”

    “end of story”

    You’ll never learn anything with that attitude… and it explains a lot.

  • Vallecaucanisimo

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    @N37BU6 It is hard to “read” your comment with your foot in your mouth. BTW, if you consider your comments polite then your FAT MOM did not teach you well. I just told you to inform a little better before posting, is not the friendliest thing but is not rude either…..you are the one who called me and idiot and posted in my profile saying I was not engineer material…..

  • Vallecaucanisimo

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    @N37BU6 AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, I NEVER SAID THAT PEOPLE WHO SUFFERED THIS ISSUE WERE IN THE CITY, A FIELD, THE JUNGLE, OR SPECIFIED ANY LOCATION…….What’s that? You wanna say something? Sorry can’t hear you, there is a foot in your mouth.

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    @Vallecaucanisimo

    Your unprovoked rude response to my polite comment, combined with your self-indulgent, pretentious channel description speaks volumes to me. You come across as trying to preemptively counter your insecurity with flagrant self-promotion and assurance of knowledge. Yet you have more “thintelligence” than intelligence, and it is reflected in every comment.

    You’re a walking Aleksey Vayner video resumé, and it’s hilarious.

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    @N37BU6 I almost forgot……… put your foot in your mouth again, it suits you well.

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    @N37BU6 BTW, only and idiot would take every word literately, when I said for no reason, well of course there is a reason but is not apparent. You could be right too, we would have to run test and find out what is actually happening, but I believe you are wrong and I am right, end of the story.

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    @N37BU6 At best, it would cause it to act out for a little bit and that’s it. This thing was meant for the city! I believe is a software issue, the programming must have a glitch that does not address certain conditions causing it to just fly away. Can’t you just give it up? I mean just because you know a little it does not make you and expert. I am not an expert as I haven’t been to school yet, but I am offering a better analysis that you are. Please stop it with the personal attacks, grow up

  • Vallecaucanisimo

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    @N37BU6 Man, interference will cause loss of signal, but since it fails to provide a password it should not be recognized by the freaking thing. It should just drop! Have you been around RC UAVs at all? when there is loss of signal due to whatever, they will drop!!! now, let’s say that for some crazy reason a stray signal takes over the UAV. Well in that case why it never goes left or right, or just back? it always goes up and and keeps on going, a stray signal wouldn’t do that.