PrintDrone wall printing graffiti drone
Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2019 10:59 pm
What would be the best model of raspberry for the following project?
A small, affordable computer with free resources to help people learn, make things, and have fun
Could a robotic Pi-powered spider man that can climb up walls be more reliable. Could the robotic spider chase the drones away as well? Or catch them in a web?
yeah.. all these street art must disappear, including the people making still a living out of guiding tourists here through the city to show them some of the classics which still exist.. Guess what, most of those pictures were painted illegally back then and now, even some conservative politics here acknowledge that this makes the city a nicer place to be. Some of those artists even get payed now to paint walls legally.. What a world, we should sent them all to jail.Heater wrote: It's been many years since I saw graffiti high up on buildings, under bridges and other such inaccessible places and speculated we would see the place being uglyfied by quad copters one day.
I guess that day has finally come. I hope the kids that do this get long prison sentences
IMO, probably none. Drone control needs realtime capacities which can't be accomplished by most SBCs. There are drone projects, where a HAT with a mcu does the real time heavy lifting and the RPi's computational power is used for 'scripted' flying, e.g there are python based ones. https://dojofordrones.com/raspberry-pi-drone/). SBCs with a PRU (e.g. beagle bone) might do it without any support.roineust wrote: What would be the best model of raspberry for the following project?