Some fun pictures of the university from F450 quadcopter this weekend. Took the shots from the FPV video capture.
We flew our quadcopter around campus a couple of days ago. The five minutes (sped up to double speed) YouTube video was when I took turn to fly it. Pardon the novice piloting skill, lacking of gimbal and inexperienced cinematography skill. Baby steps ey! Ever since I graduated from the Syma toy quadcopter, the F450 is just an Read More
The bike route cards are initiated by John Higham based on his experience biking with a set of printed postcard size cards. We piloted one of the usual route, the loop from UNNC to Dong Qian Lake via Park Hyatt Hotel. The idea is to provide cyclists with visual cues in form of photographs Read More
Both of our quadcopters are unwell at the moment, we are waiting for the new bits and bobs from Taobao! Thank you CHome Service for the Taobao support. Update: currently we have the third quadcopter, the F330.
Cinta (Matt) flew it on campus today. It weighs close to nothing, 103gram in total (with the propeller guards and a tiny camera). We think it is the most sensible way for me to start with, before graduating to Cinta’s (more powerful) quadcopter. Baby steps!
I submitted a proposal for an artwork competition, organised by the library. The idea came on one fine afternoon, I had a chat with Matt about his surplus chain he was holding. His brand spanking new titanium chain. And I said “what can we do with that?”
December 2011. A day trip to London including the Olympics site and Ravensbourne College; the weekend before the crit week
6 November 2011. image courtesy: Nottingham Trent University (http://www.ntu.ac.uk/adbe/document_uploads/107329.pdf)
6 November 2011.
1 October 2011. Local Plan- Macro Scale. source: Ordance Survey Local Plan- Micro Scale Points of interest: Surrounded by many focal points, there is potential to explore a space to accommodate dynamic visitor (leisure space) A well known meeting point A high volume crisscross path, vehicles and human movements Visitors tend to drop by and have Read More