Fabricating a drone tail section from carbon fiber and balsa wood.
Georgia Tech professor Robert Michelson and I at the 2011 IARC competition.
Line laser used to assist an experimental optical-flow system.
Getting an "AR Drone" ready for flight.
The "AR Drone" was one of the first quad rotor drones that the average person could afford in 2011. It accomplished low cost by using ultrasonic and optical flow for hovering instead of GPS, and the use an iPhone with an app as the controller.
Nasser Alhazza and I with our AR Drones before our class.
Using an anemometer to measure the air column.
This was totally unexpected, a group of youngsters and their teacher came closer to see my machine. Hopefully I inspired some.