michiel | 6 days ago | 15 comments | 12 likes | 423 views
We're currently testing the new quadcopter 3D model and effect for a possible new BixPack.
What do you think?
Please share your comments, suggestions and requests in the comments!
LostBoyz, 6 days ago
great, maybe there could be two different models
erikger, 6 days ago
Great! maybe a camera with rotation parameter would be a good add
vincent, 6 days ago
Oh wow, this is awesome!
I can already see the drone flying over houses and flower fields.
Ulli, 6 days ago
Oh wow, this is awesome!AWESOME!! michiel
liuyongcai, 6 days ago
Le vol du drone au-dessus des Renoncules est superbe
PAT67, 6 days ago
Michiel, very beautiful. Remember to really put a camera on the drone, so you can get the point of view of the drone.
Franco Aversa, 6 days ago
Wow, this is great.
- Easy to change textures
- a little live screen on the quadcopter (for the added camera)
- a bixmobile quadcopter ( mikeshouts.com... )
- and a model of a real helicopter ( upload.wikimedia.org... )
Filip, 6 days ago
chaver, 6 days ago
maxste, 6 days ago
That looks great! Has the quadcopter been tested on a lower gravity planet like Mars? ;-)
steveg, 5 days ago
This is the best surprise of new projects, it is fantastic! is the magic of Blufftitler.
Jesus, 5 days ago
Thank you all!
Steveg, the lower gravity is an advantage. This positive effect is however nullified by the lower atmospheric pressure. First tests went well, here's a photo!
michiel, 5 days ago
That's great,Michiel ! and you preach a fan of everything that flies and sends us in the air !!!
I allow myself to recall Ingenuity:
May I allow myself a small criticism, but this is a story of personal judgment.
It might be nice if the rotation of the rotors were a little more realistic. For this, it suffices to reduce the excessively parasitic strobe effect by acting on the transparency of the rotors in stabilized rotation.
Well done, it will be a great Bixpack!
Alex-Raymond T., 5 days ago
Michiel, ha ha! Looks like mission successful.
steveg, 4 days ago
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