Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are nothing more than a model aircraft, but they can become so much more! Multi-rotors, vehicles with more than one motor, are the most popular platform. They allow the pilot an immense amount of navigational freedom in all 3 axes.
I have built my own UAV, named Phoenix, with three motors and a high-precision tail servo; he is extremly agile and almost bat like.
I am a 16 year old Student and Hacker who attends Ramona High School as a Senior (Class of 2015). Currently ranked 16th in my graduating class, I work diligently to maintain my 4.18 overall GPA.
I also enjoy programming server-side apps and overall hacking.
I have been working with embedded devices since 2007. These devices include Arduino and both Lego Mindstorms and Lego RIS/RCX. This summer I am taking part in Coursera’s Machine Learning Course, which is provided by Stanford. This class teaches the basics of Machine Learning and its possible applications, both in the current era and the future. Matlab is an amazing language for machine learning, as it has many very complex equations and operations built in. I have also been working with my Raspberry Pi, using Python to develop programs that interface with external devices. I also have some experience programing Android devices, and using the Google ADK Board. Experienced in programing with Python, and a little C and Java, I also enjoy using Unix terminals to ssh into his devices.