Drone Station: Multi Control for Your AR.Drone

Drone Station: Multi Control for Your AR.Drone 1.3

Remotely control quadricopters via Wi-Fi.
 
1.3 (See all)
Gain access to navigation and media capture hardware of the Parrot AR.Drone 1.0 quadricopter models. Control the flight and view live feeds from the camera, operate the drone with a controller of your choice, from a joystick to a gamepad, keyboard, and mouse.

Drone Station is a Mac OS X compatible application for remote control of the Parrot AR.Drone quadricopter over a WiFi connection. Drone Station allows you to use a variety of commonly available joysticks, gamepads, and controllers to control your drone.
NOTE: Please disconnect all other networks or this app will not work. Unless your network class is something different than 192.168.1.X you must disconnect all other interfaces. If you don't, you can't connect to the drone. Easy step by step instructions are in the quick reference guide.
Firmware 1.7.10 and 1.7.11 both work but the navigation data is delayed when first connecting.
PLEASE: Wait for battery level to show something before taking off. Thanks.
Summary of features:
- Compatible with AR.Drone firmware 1.5.1+
- Real time video recording from front and bottom AR.Drone cameras
- Image capture from front and bottom AR.Drone cameras
- Extended range by use of external USB WiFi dongles and antennas
- Animated configuration screen, allows you to see the effects of changes
- Simple drone simulator control check lets you practice your controls before flight
- On screen, animated attitude, altitude, directional, and battery gauges.
- Full Screen modeList of Compatible Controllers:
- Wired USB Xbox 360(TM) Controllers
- Wired USB PS3(TM) Controllers
- Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick
- Thrustmaster T-Flight Hotas X
- Logitech Dual Action Gamepad
- Keyboard and Mouse
- Wii(TM) Motion Controllers with Nunchuk and/or Balance BoardNote: Please fly in a safe area, away from humans, animals, and valuables. When using the balance board, make sure you have a large flying area unless you are extremely coordinated. Start with minimal flight maximum settings and work your way up.
If new firmware for the AR.Drone is released, please wait and check this description or the in app news to see if it is compatible.
Always reset your drone after a firmware update to ensure compatibility.

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