Project for vector calculus Answered
So, for my project in Vector Calculus:
The suggestion is that we pick a certain "curve" within a country road. We are to log longitude, latitude and altitude while we drive this "curve" for approximately 15-20 seconds.
With the data from the latitude-longitude-altitude "logger", we are to perform the various vector calculus principles we have learned in class.
Instead of driving the road, I would like to attach whatever latitude-longitude-altitude logger to a boomerang, and get my curve through flight.
Does anyone know which sensor I should be looking for?
A bit about me:
I am currently an electrical engineering technician in product development for a motor-controls company. I mostly test hardware/software, which is designed by our in-house engineers. I am very comfortable with soldering, visual inspection of PCBs, schematics, and general electrical engineering knowledge.
Does anyone have a feasible idea for getting a gps unit onto a boomerang, and be ale to transmit the data to me in real-time?
Thanks in advance.