Watch the video first, you will love to buy this 3D printed spider.
T8 is a wirelessly controlled bio-inspired octopod robot made with high resolution 3D printed parts. It uses a total of 26 motors: 3 in each leg and 2 in the abdomen. It is powered by the Bigfoot™ Inverse Kinematics Engine which performs all of the necessary calculations for smoothly controlling the motions of the robot in real time.
Even it prices at USD1350, I guess still lots of RC fans looking to own one of it.
Where to buy it?
The DIY (Drone It Yourself) v1.0 kit offers you the opportunity to turn any object into a drone, simply by attaching four motors and a control unit – no technical know-how needed. The kit consists of multiple parts that are easy to assemble and can be attached to a wide range of different objects.
Yesterday we show you an intelligent quadcopters video. Today we want to show you another amazing quadcopter which can throw and catch the ball!
Nano Quadrotors at the GRASP Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Vehicles developed by KMel Robotics.
The quadricopter passes easily through windows in a vertical position regardless of the angle of the opening.
Quadcopter is becoming more and more pouplar than before. The reason are simple: easy to fly, low in price.
Can't imagine how to land on wall or ceiling? Take a look on this youtube video from Stanford's Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Lab.
Perching on several surface orientations using a micro-quadrotor at UMD's Autonomous Vehicle Lab (Dr. Sean Humbert) with directional adhesives and attachment mechanism.
It's just too hard to understand? Watch the video please.
If you already owned the go pro, the first thing you should do is go to the official go pro web site. Upgrade your Go Pro Hero firmware.
However, we found that many users have no idea how to do, that's why we made this video: Enjoy!
If you want to take the any flying video, Go Pro Black Edition is your BEST choice. Compact, Full HD and up to 4K resolution, support iPhone Preview, iPhone Control, etc...