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Parrot Drone 2.0 Image

@DJ Sures

I am so glad to see the EZ-SDK update.

Last time, you told me you would complete the image problem for Parrot Drone 2.0. Can the EZ-SDK work for that?

Thank you so much

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#1  
As far as im concerned the ar drone 2.0 has never had support from ez-robot.
#2  
*stress* *stress*, someone told me that. But DJ said he would be working for that in the next weeks. Maybe you can ask him.
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#3  
DJ has previously mentioned that Parrot give little to no support for the 2.0 and their community forum is pretty much dead. Last I checked they hadn't released a Windows SDK for the 2.0 either.

He has mentioned that they are working on the 2.0, this was mentioned 9 days ago at the beginning of January and it was "within the next few weeks".

Edit: Stupid american dates... OK so it was mentioned at the beginning of the year, still hang in there, if it's being worked on it will come.
#6  
Thank you so much.

Are you sure that code for Adrone 2.0?
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#7  
While I haven't a drone to play with or try this with but the url indicates the link is from 2010 (10th December), the googlecode is 2 to 3 years old yet the AR Drone V2.0 was unveiled in 2012...
#8  
For those interested in the AR Drone and don't have one yet, Woot has factory reconditioned AR Drone 1.0's for $119 this week (90 day warranty). Not as cool as the 2.0, but fully supported by ARC.

http://www.woot.com/plus/rcs-that-flys

I am very tempted, but think I will hold off for a while.

Alan
#9  
AR Drone 2.0 is good if you mount an ez-b V4 in it with camera.
#10  
The weight carrying capacity of the AR drone is pretty limited (Parrot says it is 0, but people have successfully carried GoPro cameras with some stability loss). I am sure it could carry the EZ-B and camera, but not sure about the battery too.

Alan
#11  
True, but maybe Ez-robot could make the first ar drone with extra propeller for weight lifting!