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The purpose becomes clear after looking at a bigger project behind the tutorial: https://www.artyommaxim.com/aerial-constructionRhino 5 and grasshopper are common tools in cutting edge architectural research, so they are perfect for implementing a robotic interface for architects who want to use the drone as a production tool.Many other research projects utilize this software combo very successfully to produce complex novel structures using industrial robots: http://icd.uni-stuttgart.de/?page_id=17788
You probably mean the orientation of the sensor. Yes, my setup is slightly different from the one in the link. My sensor is rotated 90 degrees. There is an option for that in QGroundControl.
I'm using latest v3 as well. It has to be used with a corresponding latest PX4 firmware though. Have you flashed the latest stable firmware (currently 1.4.4 which works in my setup) from QGC as described in 2.2? (http://dev.px4.io/starting-initial-config.html)
Hey, thanks man! It's actually coming from my master thesis)
If you manage to install ROS and Mavros - it's totally possible, which it is according to these threads: http://answers.ros.org/question/229860/ros-running...http://answers.ros.org/question/230076/ros-on-rasp...It will likely be a challenge though.
Awesome project as well! Would be really interesting to know more details though. Anyway, this could totally be a base for a commercial product!
Thanks. Totally true. I'll be happy if this helps anyone )
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