See AeroQuad at World Maker Faire

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AeroQuad is a quadcopter project that freely shares its software and hardware, and is controlled by an Arduino Uno or Mega, or alternatively, AeroQuad’s STM32-based flight control board which packs a magnetometer, gyroscope and accelerometer. Additionally, the latest software includes support for more than four rotors. If that weren’t enough, the AeroQuad site has a robust forum for helping you get your bird in the air.

Will you be attending World Maker Faire in New York this September? Be sure to swing by and check out the AeroQuad booth.

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