Drone Keyboard is a new way to control your Tello. A special design to have amazing experience with your pc and drone.
Video in Turkish and English subtitles available!
Use the codebase or app as your own risk. The drone can hurt you and I'm not responsible for that. Always test commands with the props removed first. Don't be dumb! Also please make sure that Tello’s firmware is updated! If Tello does not receive any command input for 15 seconds, it will land automatically.
- VXG Media Player
Using This Code
npm run serve- Runs only Vue project on
- Connect to drone via wifi
npm run serve:electron- Opens Electron project and runs Vue project in it on
- You need to add VXG Media Player Chrome Extension to start Video Stream. Video Stream doesn't start on Electron. You should push 'Shift' button which opens new tab on Chrome to start Video Stream.
npm run build- For Video Stream in
main.jsthere are 2 ports. On port
:2020, Vue project which locates in
/distruns. On port
:2021index.html which locates in
:2021port was called as iframe to Vue project which runs on
:2020and Video Stream starts.
Build Mac App
npm run build- Build Vue project in
- Please comment
/index.html, change names of
app.***.jswith file names under
/distand remove comments.
npm run build:electron:mac- Extract the app to
I had to update the firmware of my drone when it came in the mail before I could use this 1.3 API. Do this via the Tello app on your phone.
If you let the drone's WIFI connection lapse, you have to restart the server by typing
rs into the terminal. This will re-run the
command command that puts the drone in SDK mode. If you don't do this, it will ignore any commands you send it.
Drone Keyboard for Tello app is licensed under the MIT license.
VXG Media Player is licensed to Video Experts Group. MIT license is not run for
/stream folder, usage is free. If you want to use this extension for your projects, I suggest you to contact with Video Experts Group.
Examples & Resources
- FFMpeg + Node.js Video in the browser complicated example
- Some Japanese Developer Figured out how to get video working with WebRTC
- Link your repo here for others to learn!