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Monday, May 30, 2011

Linear Algebra applied to flight control Fwd: Re: [london-hack-space] Quad Copter Guys! Your Razor Gyro



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Andy Smith <andy@andys-place.co.uk>
Date: Mon, May 30, 2011 at 5:29 PM
Subject: RE: Re: [london-hack-space] Quad Copter Guys! Your Razor Gyro
To: london-hack-space@googlegroups.com


FYI, I've found this paper really useful for understanding some IMU theory...

 

http://gentlenav.googlecode.com/files/DCMDraft2.pdf

 

Andy


 

-----Original message-----
From: Ben Blundell <oni@section9.co.uk>
Sent: Mon 30-05-2011 22:14
To: london-hack-space@googlegroups.com;
Subject: Re: [london-hack-space] Quad Copter Guys! Your Razor Gyro

Yes, the drift would be more of an issue with the UAV I'd say
 
I found this:
 
 
I'm looking at using it at the moment. Its not Kalman but I think it could work?
 
Ben

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