Hacking experiment from Diego Araos in controlling a camera-mounted ParrotAR drone with an Oculus Rift and head tracking - video embedded below:
Integrated Oculus Rift head tracking and video feed with the AR Drone to make a head motion controller. It’s really fun and latency very low.
This project is open source and a fork of another of my projects drone-swarm (to control several AR Drones within one network)
Source code can be found at GitHub here
Oh, amazing world: Absolutely astounding photographs of marine worms, some previously unknown to science, by Russian photographer Alexander Semenov, taken at the Lizard Island Research Station near Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the White Sea Biological Station in northern Russia – the most breathtaking thing since Mark Laita’s Sea series.
- Husband: Are you going grocery shopping today?
- Me: Yeah. I think I have to.
- Husband: Awesome.
- Me: I mean, I need to leave the house to get gas before I have to go to work tomorrow anyway.
- Husband: UGH. I wanted you to go grocery shopping in my car so you would put gas in it for me before I have to go to work tomorrow.