One-rotor drone is equal elements awkward-wanting and lovable
Who says that drones must be massively difficult, multi-rotor jobs? Regardless, they by no means informed that to the parents behind the Monospinner, a one-rotor drone that is been entered into the ETH Zurich Flying Machine Area. In contrast to, say, a quadrocopter, this one cannot fly by itself and wishes some assist moving into the air. It hits an “unconventional equilibrium” partially by counterbalancing the rotor spins with the torque of the motor itself. The ensuing motion virtually jogs my memory just a little of Zui Quan (drunk-type martial arts): awkard-wanting on the floor, however actually spectacular in follow. Take a peek for your self within the video under and you will see what I imply.