We’ve had the pleasure to read in the October issue of Servo Magazine a glowing review of our Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano. We’re sharing some excerpts and images of the article with you today. There is a plethora of flight controllers on the market. Some tout their small size and low cost. Others […]
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This tutorial is about the connection between a Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano and the DFRobot LED Ring. Some folks around the MultiWii project (software that runs inside the Quadrino Nano) developed a piece of software to get visual feedback from the flight controller to an available LED ring.
UPDATE: Congratulations to Brady Flannery and Chris Hurd for being featured on Time Warner Cable (TWC) News: http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-ny/news/2016/02/25/cazenovia-hs-student-develops-robotics-invention.html “Necessity is the mother of invention” and one of the best ways to come up with a commercial product is to think about modifications you may have had to do to make […]
The Quadrino Nano UAV flight controller uses MultiWii which allows for a standardized serial communication of live data from the controller. Since this protocol is known and used for the standard general user interface (MultiWiiConf & WinGUI), some people developed their own application to setup MultiWii boards wirelessly with an Android based […]
Drones were flying at the Jason Gymnasium floor in Jefferson City last week for the intergenerational pilot program, created by the Lincoln University Cooperative Extension and the Paula J. Carter Center. We were very impressed to see that children as young as 6 joined in on the building, learning and […]
This article is intended to help you get started with battery monitoring and the buzzer feature present in MultiWii. We’ll cover proper connections / wiring and software setup as it relates to the Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano flight controller (MultiWii compatible).
As you may already know, RobotShop offers all Lynxmotion robotic arms & grippers on our online catalog, which are based on the modular servo erector set. So, while you may already have decided that you would like to use a Lynxmotion robotic arm, you may not be sure which kit would best fit your project. This article intends to help you choose the right Lynxmotion robotic arm for your needs.