[757labs] HackerSpaces in Space 2011
msg4real at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 14:04:12 EDT 2011
w/o recipts its MSRP/ Avg ebay price for item ...
soo It may be cheeper and easier but check
On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 11:48 AM, Steve Nelson <snelson at webapper.com> wrote:
> Two minor ideas...
> 1) What about a propeller attached to the bottom of the balloon. As it
> rises, the propeller spins, charging the battery. We could use a smaller
> 2) Could we control the descent using a combination of GPS
> signal+accelerometer+compass that moves a wing, kind of like those
> parachuters that attach snowboards to their feet? and/or shorten/lengthen
> the strings on the parachute.
> How badass would it be if the balloon landed one mile away?
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> If we knew what we were doing it wouldn't be research.
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