We are happy to announce that we are organizing a droneshow contest at the TU/e from the 13th of May till the 2nd of June! We already put posters up all over the TU/e so be sure to check them out. Of course we will also keep you updated on this website as well as
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Today an article about our team has appeared on the website of Cursor! Cursor is the news platform of the TU/e where you can find weekly news updates on what is happening on and around the University of Technology in Eindhoven. They have written a great article about our team, what we have been up
We have been working hard on a new show design. We have created three different concepts and made some sketches and animations for them. If you are interested, have a look at them below!
For the TMC event, on the 19th of April, we created a video that shows our presentation! It also gives you an impression of the ambiance of the day. Feel free to watch it below
Last week, we have been working on including the z coordinate in our trajectory. We now know how to include it in the trajectory and will continue to work on it this week.
This video shows the top view of one of the trajectories!
This is our current concept for the show! With respect to the previous one, we integrated LEDs and music. We also improved the motion.
Last week we made a lot of progress! We got the drone from our collaboration with Avular to move in the three trajectories The first video shows our drone moving in an eight motion. The second three videos show the drone moving in our three trajectories. Lastly there is a clip which compares camera and
We got two ground robots to make the full trajectory! Check the video below to see the full trajectory in the dark, in which you can see the two ground robots through the attached LEDs.
Last week we unfortunately had some bugs with the robot path following. However we fixed these bugs and now the robots can make a full trajectory even faster then before! In the video you can see the trajectory of our second ground robot. The path following should also work for our third ground robot, so