Now with the introduction of an analytical tool called “reachable sets” the folks over at Stanford have been able to get the hoverbot to do flips, and recover without hitting the ground. The end result is something that looks simple, as are all things that people perfect over time using their knowledge and natural skills.
Oh and for those of you that dont know what STARMAC is, Stanford Testbed of Autonomous Rotorcraft for Multi-Agent Control. Geez, glad they could do STARMAC…
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