6.5 C
New York
Sunday, November 29, 2020

This is how a Robotic Vacuum cleaner learned to fly up stairs

Must Read

X-ray analysis of ancient Egyptian mummy reveals a surprising discovery

High intensity X-rays have also revealed a mysterious object that was placed on the girl's abdomen at the time...

Scientists warn of the danger of vitamin D deficiency

A severe deficiency of vitamin D affects many aspects of our health, but above all the bones and muscles. Not...

In the UK, a millennial tree changes sex

One of the oldest trees in the UK has changed its sex. It is an ancient yew tree that surrounds...
Kamal Saini
Kamal S. has been Journalist and Writer for Business, Hardware and Gadgets at Revyuh.com since 2018. He deals with B2b, Funding, Blockchain, Law, IT security, privacy, surveillance, digital self-defense and network policy. As part of his studies of political science, sociology and law, he researched the impact of technology on human coexistence. Email: kamal (at) revyuh (dot) com

An American engineer has turned a robot vacuum cleaner into a three-propeller drone cleaner capable of flying over obstacles in its path, as well as moving between floors. The video with the description of the project is published on YouTube.

For several years, robotic vacuum cleaners have been mass-produced by many manufacturers and greatly facilitate home cleaning. They independently go around the house, and advanced models make up its map and remember the already cleaned places. In addition, they themselves come to the charging station, and some of them even leave garbage and dust collected on it. However, some simple tasks for humans are not yet subject to robotic vacuum cleaners. For example, they do not know how to go up to another floor, because of which the owners of private houses are forced to either buy separate robotic vacuum cleaners for each floor or carry out cleaning on their own. Finally, even within one floor, the robot can meet with an insurmountable obstacle in the form of a threshold.

American engineer and video blogger Peter Sripol created a prototype of a robot vacuum cleaner that can fly and thereby cover the entire area of ​​the house, regardless of the number of floors in it. He took as a basis one of the mass-produced models, then attached three tunnel fans to the robot cleaner, as well as microcontrollers and a battery for flight control.

In the current version, the drone is not autonomous and flies only under the control of the operator. It also has several other drawbacks – for example, when the screws work, they carry garbage from the device. In addition, during the flight, the drone twists around its axis a little, which makes it difficult to control.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest News

X-ray analysis of ancient Egyptian mummy reveals a surprising discovery

High intensity X-rays have also revealed a mysterious object that was placed on the girl's abdomen at the time...

Scientists warn of the danger of vitamin D deficiency

A severe deficiency of vitamin D affects many aspects of our health, but above all the bones and muscles. Not treating this problem over the...

In the UK, a millennial tree changes sex

One of the oldest trees in the UK has changed its sex. It is an ancient yew tree that surrounds the church of St. Meugan,...

Why does the sun shine? Scientists go one step further to understand it

Scientists have detected for the first time neutrinos formed during a mysterious process in the Sun. It is the first experimental test of the...

Earth found to be closer to a supermassive black hole than previously thought

A new three-dimensional map of the Milky Way, drawn up by a team of Japanese astrophysicists, shows that our planet is located about 2,000...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -