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Coke or Pepsi? Ancient Aliens or Mythbusters? Mel C or Mel B? Now we’re left with an even harder question: drones or hoverboards? Find out on this episode of Dragon Ball Z! Leave me a comment and let me know which you’d prefer. Giveaway starts this weekend! Open to anyone in the world.

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And you thought Fridays couldn’t get any better!

 

★ Small pig farmers just got scammed out of 60 million dollars.

North Dakota is running anti-Iran deal ads. North Dakota is also in an oil boom. Coincidence- you better believe not.

★ Tech has made constant communication between kids and parents a nightmare for teachers.

★ Your mamma was right about showers and rainstorms.

Map those potholes, Google! Gotta make it easier for the automated cars to adjust!

★ Scammy much? H&R Block.

So, what’s the big deal?

Syria isn’t getting help from it’s rich neighbors. Could it be because they’re funding the insurgence?

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! Unemployment down! Drops mic.

★ How dare Marissa Mayer provide for her children?!

★ B.I.A.S. brought to you by Uber.

★ We’ve officially failed the children on Syria.

★ Me, as a mother.

★ Jeb Bush wants to remind you that it’s Asians that are anchors. Cue the stupid drum.

★ Look for more paywalls as Apple jumps on adblocker for Safari.

Love wins and Satan jailed. There’s your corrected headline. Praise Jesus.

★ The pedestrian fight happening in Times Square.

★ Tiny bonita casa.

 
 

 
 

★ Sony’s new beta phase drone.

 
 

★ Women directors talk climbing mountains.

 
 

★ The History of Labor Day.

 
 

★ Grab some popcorn for college football’s first filmed footage. Yale versus Princeton.

 
 

★ Followed by college football 2015 style.

 
 

U. Already. Know.

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To toss the ball, the quadrocopters accelerate rapidly outward to stretch the net tight between them and launch the ball up. Notice in the video that the quadrocopters are then pulled forcefully inward by the tension in the elastic net, and must rapidly stabilize in order to avoid a collision. Once recovered, the quadrotors cooperatively position the net below the ball in order to catch it.

Because they are coupled to each other by the net, the quadrocopters experience complex forces that push the vehicles to the limits of their dynamic capabilities. To exploit the full potential of the vehicles under these circumstances requires several novel algorithms, including:

1) an optimality-based real-time trajectory generation algorithm for the catching maneuver;

2) a time-varying trajectory following control strategy to manage the forces on the individual vehicles that are induced by the net; and

3) learning algorithms that compensate for model inaccuracies when aiming the ball.

By Robin Ritz, Mark W. Müller, Markus Hehn, and Raffaello D’Andrea.
IDSC, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
http://www.flyingmachinearena.org

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PinWheel Procrastination: Let It Snow!

December 4th, 2013 | Posted by Sarah in Pinwheel - (0 Comments)

 

And you thought Fridays Thursdays couldn’t get any better!

 

★ How the media covered that thing called the internet in 1988.

Youtube’s music service won’t be born until next year. Everyone wants me to pay for music. Eek.

Joe Jonas tells the truth about kid entertainers.

★ There’s an article about how you shouldn’t shoot someone for a parking space- because that’s what society has come to.

Moon turnips.

★ The title of this article should be, Let’s Shut Down the Goverment and Wait for the Consequences.

★ The book that haunted me as a child is becoming a movie. Hallelujah!

★ You want water shortages and earthquakes? Then please, endorse fracking.

Burrito drones. *Cries tears of joy*

★ Operator: 911 What’s your emergency?
Caller: I need to get to the Genius Bar!

★ There really is an app for everything.

★ Getting trampled for a 29 cent towel. Yes, TOWEL.

★ Another sign that trickle down economics doesn’t work off Wall Street.

★ A list of gadgets that improved this guy’s life. Save your money- read stuff for free on the internet.

Analog TV is dead- long live the internet.

★ Now streaming on Netflix.

You can’t be fit and fat- so cross that excuse off your list!

Disney princesses meet the real world. More depressing than an old school Oprah special.

★ Great spot!

Color explained.

★ Can’t we all just stick to alcohol?

★ Hey, Noah, glasses are cool Just like bow ties.

★ Once you go mass transit, you never go back.

★ But the GOP said racism ended?

★ George Clooney still hates Twitter. Another old person hating the internet.

 

Picard sings Let It Snow! Make it so.

 

Parrot vs Dog race. The internet never disappoints.

 

The truth about trademarks.

 

It’s almost 2014 but we’ve still got some strides to make.

 

Amazon drones! Light-years faster than FedEx SmartPost.

 

She’s beautiful, she’s smart, and she’s eloquent. Be afraid, be very very afraid!

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