At first, we tried principle experiment with 1-axis arm robot.
Next, we tried principle experiment with 2-axes arm robot.
This is our latest experiment with humanoid robot.
Yeah sure the little T-101 can fly a quad, but can he stop Skynet? Just kidding, that must have taken a lot of work.
They invest an amazing amount in the humanoid robot art, but nothing in robots for nuclear power plant inspection.
What is the purpose of this research? I don't understand what you're doing. Using a robotic mass to make a quadcopter move?
One of this reserach purpose is to realize "Hoverboard" like in "Back to the future" driven by weight shifting.
I love the humanoid robot in the basket!
In this station of your research, the altitude commands are they given by the humanoid, too? So, the quad has only to level? Make her/him a wired black basket, looks much cooler ... btw. nice project.
Thank you for comments.
I tried alt_hold mode with humanoid robot, but the quad rotor helicopter became unstable.
I think the reason of this is that the humanoid robot is too heavy for the test quad rotor.
So, I controled only altitude by manual during the experiment.
I'll try with other powerful quad rotor hellicopter in next week.
So a robot humanoid riding a robot hoverboard? Well that sounds like back to the future for sure! :)
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