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ResearchTalks Vol.6 - Flying robots in javascript


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Robotics is reaching the stage where every hobbyist can play with it, at low cost, and with accessible programming languages.

Laurent presented the nodecopter project, which aims at sharing and teaching the joy of robotics through the javascript language.

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ResearchTalks Vol.6 - Flying robots in javascript

  1. 1. Flying robots in Javascript Laurent Eschenauer (@eschnou) Research Talks – October 2013
  2. 2. Flying robots in Javascript
  3. 3. Pictures Predator unmanned aircraft, by U.S. Air Force photo/Lt Col Leslie Pratt, Public Domain Drones protest at General Atomics in San Diego, by Steve Rhodes, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Ready? By Jinho Jung, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Mobily, SilverGrey, 2007, Saudi Arabia, by Flying Caam QgroundControl 0.9 GPS Waypoints Construction by collaborative quadrotro teams by University of Pensylvenia Hordur VSLAM Skycatch & Vineyards Drones Are Flying Above Rhinos and Elephants, But It's Not Yet Clear They Help Matternet: A Vast Network of Delivery Drones Will One Day Transport Our Stuff Parrot AR Drone 2.0
  4. 4. Pictures (cont.) Felix Geisendörfer, Programming Flying Robots in Javascript Nodecopter Berlin, Oct 2012, Photo by Jan Marsch Controlling drones with Google glass and Javascript Webflight Copterface, by Laurent Eschenauer Augmented Reality Display of Air Traffic for Drones CoderDojo Nodecopter event