After a rather long pause, we finally have another app update on the way!
More details once it’s approved.
Had a few queries about the defaults on the Drone On My Phone Advanced Controller 2.0. I’ve listed them below.
Throttle center: 40%
Throttle expo: 70%
Throttle high rate: 100%
Throttle low rate: 85%
Pitch expo: 10%
Pitch high rate: 100%
Pitch low rate: 70%
Roll expo: 10%
Roll high rate: 100%
Roll low rate: 70%
Yaw expo: 20%
Yaw high rate: 100%
Yaw low rate: 70%
Camera tilt: 10 degrees
Drone mode: STAB
Drone mode options are STAB and ACRO. STAB means that the drone pitches and rolls as you tilt the sticks
then levels when you release the stick. In ACRO mode, the drone rotates while you are holding pitch and
roll away from centre, then holds its angle when you release the stick.
Probably the best way to explain expo is basically it makes the drone less sensitive for small
stick movements (good for when you’re flying nicely) and more sensitive for large stick
movements (which you might want if you’re about to crash). Low rates make the drone less sensitive
overall, good for when you’re learning.
And just in case you don’t find the Advanced Controller 2.0 particularly intuitive, here’s a link to
a youtube video showing basic operation.
Just a quick note to all our visitors that we are currently moving our
web hosting and email to a different provider. Hopefully this won’t take
long and thanks for your patience in the interim.
Two words: Bluetooth multiplayer! Or is that four words? But enough of that,
Drone On My Phone now supports multiplayer! Twice the players, at least
twice the fun!
See Drone On My Phone page for more info.