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The motors are connected directly to the battery to minimize resistance so a battery is needed for the motors to run. So dead battery equals no motors... While we are at it, could I ask for some specs (or a link to some ) for crazyflie 1.0 compatible battery? Maybe an aliexpress/seeedstufio link? :...
Hi, I have dug out my old 10DOF crazyflie 1.0 and tried to revive it. Successfully reflashed crazyradio dongle w/ 0.53 so it became visible on my Mac running Mojave. cfclient starts, finds the radio: INFO:cflib.crtp.radiodriver:v0.53 dongle with serial N/A found I was also able to use coldboot throu...
- Sat Sep 27, 2014 11:05 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Problems installing PyUSB and running CF PC Client
- Replies: 9
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Sorry for necroposting; this thread seemed to be the most relevant. I'm trying to figure out how to test dev-leapmotion with my crazyflie. Having had no luck with my main Mac laptop, I switched to an old windows one I had lying about. Since I don't have an environment to compile binary distribution ...
- Fri Sep 26, 2014 3:27 pm
- Forum: Developer Discussions
- Topic: dev-leapmotion on a mac
- Replies: 0
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Hi, I've been trying to use the leapmotion hack to pilot my crazyflie, but to no avail. Even the instructions on the wiki are not very relevant (say, there's no x86 subdirectory in Mac SDK), and anyway, after running the dev-leapmotion cfclient with leapd running, hand motions are not detected at al...