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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Noël, Dec 16, 2014.
Wow. I'm impressed that folks even thought of how to control the copter like that. That takes some imagination.
Ok, I understand how it can fly up and down and spin around, but how is it rolling left, right, forward, and back without a swashplate and how is it staying that steady??? :shock:
also, I think that thing would be a bicopter, but multicopter could work as well I think.
The video mentions manipulating the motor torque combined with blade hinge to alter the blade angle (lift) at different 'stations' during rotation.
Wow... THAT'S impressive...
Multicopter? Not sure what that is. Are helicopters considered multiROTORS? Because the guy calls it a helicopter. I'd personally say yes. It has more then a single rotor and it's not shaped like your average plane so I wouldn't call it a plane.
Hard to give that a name my blade cx has dule motors one for each set of blades . The cp pro uses a tail rotor. With no swash plate took some thinking to make that stable & controllable some good ingenuity very impressive .