We are right now eagerly awaiting the first batch of the Loco positioning system to be done and ready for shipping. The interest for the early access release has been very encouraging and we are super happy about the attention we have received from all around the world.
We have made a new video about how to get started with the Loco positioning system that we hope you will enjoy. The video is showing the process from receiving the Loco Positioning system up to having an autonomous flying Crazyflie. The written information can be found on the wiki.
2 comments on “Getting started with Loco positioning”
Bjorn, do you know how can I change your code in order to make Kinect publish the x, y , z coordinates instead of getting the from Loco?
Hi, I answered a similar question in another post: https://www.bitcraze.io/2016/05/position-control-moved-into-the-firmware/#comment-38022
If you plan to be using a kinect with ROS, the ROS Crazyflie driver and controller made by wolfgang (https://github.com/whoenig/crazyflie_ros) can accept any X/Y/Z position using a standard ROS TF transform information (see the different “hover” launch files). If you want to use the Crazyflie internal controller instead you can look at my other answer.