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tello-engine

Go Report Card GoDoc License: MIT

Engine created in Go to control a Tello drone using Gobot, with Lua as a scripting language. Yet another fun hackathon project.

Installation

go get -u github.com/eleniums/tello-playground

Install MPlayer for video:

brew install mplayer

Run

First, connect to the Tello drone via Wi-Fi. It will be named something similar to "TELLO-XXXXXX". Then run the program:

go run ./cmd/lua/main.go ./scripts/basic.lua

For a pure Go, non-scripted experience, run:

go run ./cmd/go/main.go

Technologies

Available lua commands

  • sleep(milliseconds): Sleep for the given number of milliseconds.
  • log(message): Log a message.
  • getlastkeypress(): Return the last key that was pressed or an empty string if none.
  • startvideo(): Initialize the video player and begin streaming from the drone.
  • takeoff(): Start the blades and raise the drone to a normal flying height.
  • land(): Lower the drone to the ground and stop the blades.
  • forward(speed): Move the drone forward at the given speed.
  • backward(speed): Move the drone backward at the given speed.
  • left(speed): Move the drone left at the given speed.
  • right(speed): Move the drone right at the given speed.
  • up(speed): Move the drone up at the given speed.
  • down(speed): Move the drone down at the given speed.
  • rotateleft(speed): Rotate the drone left at the given speed.
  • rotateright(speed): Rotate the drone right at the given speed.
  • frontflip(): Command the drone to perform a front flip.
  • backflip(): Command the drone to perform a back flip.
  • leftflip(): : Command the drone to perform a left flip.
  • rightflip(): : Command the drone to perform a right flip.
  • bounce(): Toggle "bouncing" the drone up and down.
  • stop(): Set all drone movement to 0.

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Engine created in Go to control a Tello drone using Gobot, with Lua as a scripting language.

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