We’ve had a bit of press since we built this quadcopter! Here are a few of the sites we’ve been featured on.
This is a project website for a group who took a Mechatronics course (SEng 466) at the University of Victoria in Victoria, BC. We designed, built, and programmed a quadcopter using Solidworks, a MakerBot 3D printer, and a modified version of the AeroQuad software.
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Project 1 details a preliminary project not having to do with the quadcopter.
Project 2 explains most details about the mechanical design of the quadcopter frame.
Project 3 shows some modifications we made to the AeroQuad software and some demonstration videos of the copter flying.
Thanks for visiting!
You have reached the project website of Anderson Li, Chris Rennie, and Garrett Owen for SEng466 (Mechatronics) at the University of Victoria. This site will detail 3 projects over the term. The first being a ball floating apparatus built using two Arduino boards, and the final two having to do with the design and construction of an autonomous quad copter. Whoever you are, a future student, instructor, or mechatronics enthusiast, we hope you find this site informational and useful.