So here it is. Capstone design project remote control quad-copter. This is a picture of the quad-copter. And then let's look over here. This is the transmitter that we're using. So let's run through the quad-copter and look at it's pieces real quick. Let's see. You see it's a quad-copter with four propellers, four motors. So four propellers. Motors under here. Let's take a look at that, four motors. With each motor, there's an ESC, an electronic speed control, that little red thing under there. And there's four of those, four of those setups. I've wired it all underneath just to keep it out of the way. Then, on top here I've got the APM flight controller. That's sort of the center of the action. On the one hand, it's connected to all these EFCs to control the motor speed. It's also connected to this receiver. So this receiver is connected to this antenna and it receives the information from the transmitter and sends the signals to the flight controller. Flight controller, based on the commands that it gets from the receiver, sends data to the ESCs which turn the motors and fly the quad=copter. That's basically the whole thing except for the battery underneath. There's a battery, this is not plugged in yet. It's strapped in but I haven't plugged it in. Here's the plug. So, I don't plug it in yet, I plug it in right when I'm going to actually fly it. So that's the quad-copter. And then the transmitter is over here, now I bought this off the shelf. But just to note, there are a lot of switches and things on it. But the main controls are these two joysticks. Two axis' of motion each. On the left this is the throttle, how fast it's moving. And then, left and right that's yaw, that's the rotation of the vehicle. We're not going to mess with that too much, but that's the yaw. Then over here, forward back is pitch. So, pitching is making the vehicle go forward or backward. Rolling is making it go to the left or right, left or right, so that's roll. So, that's how we control the vehicle primarily. On switch, other switches that aren't really doing much right now. Okay, so now we're going to go ahead and get this going. So we're going to have to plug the battery in, so let's see. Yeah, hold that right there, I'll plug in the battery. There it is, now battery is plugged in. Now let's take the transmitter. Turn on the transmitter. [SOUND] Okay, and as we turn on this transmitter, we should be able to now activate the quad-copter. So go ahead and let's try that. All right, now one thing to note is that in this video you do not see the propellers spinning properly. Okay, that's because the rate of, they were going much faster. When I look at with my eyes, I don't see them, it's just a blur. On the screen it looks different. Yeah, now they're stopped, right. So let's start them again. [NOISE] There we go. Okay, so even though it looks like they're not moving much, they are moving fast. All right, so just know that it's a problem with the camera and the frame rate at which it works. All right, so what we're going to do first is just throttle it up, complete the throttle so it flies up. And there it goes. And notice we keep a nice safe distance. That's always good with a quad-copter. Now, let's try the pitch, pitch it forward, so it should go forward from this point of view. A little hard to see, but it is going forward. Let's push it backward towards us. And there we go. Let's do a roll to the right, such as move to his right. There we go. And a roll to the left. It's a little windy. That will mess us up. There we go. Now, let's throttle it up to see it go high. And, throttle it down because it's going too high. I like it nice and close. Okay, just bring it in a little closer to us. Throttle it down. Yeah, that's good. And now let's yaw just to see the yawing effect. It should spin in place. Whoa, losing the wind, stop that wind. Okay, yaw it, okay, goes yawing, and now we're going to, whoa, we're going to put it down. A little touchy, put it down. [SOUND] And there we go. And turn of the motors and there it is. So quad-copter, thank you.