Posted on Leave a comment

Gemot V2.5 prototype test.

Looking at V2 and scratching my head on how to improve the flyability of the design, I took to it with a blade and a roll of packing tape. It was already flying well as it self rights and doesn’t go into dead spins (tip stall). The other day I was teaching Shervin to fly and we were trying to put the wing in the worst possible positions to see if we could lose control. Fail on failing!

Now it’s even more stable. Yesterday there was not much wind, but it went very well. This video shows some very hairy flying failures in areas of bad air and almost every time I could still regain control. Again I was trying to make it fail by flying wrong.

Till next blog.


Leave a Reply