The kits include motors, an Arduino-based control board, a controller, and most importantly, a LEGO pilot mining. They’re designed to be easy to rebuild, so you can crash your new project and easily piece it back together for more test flights.
At the heart of Flybrix is an open-source, Arduino compatible PCB brain, making it perfect for beginners and experts alike. You can snap together a few pieces and parts and be flying in just minutes, or tap into the sensor data and tune the motors using the Flybrix Chrome Extension Configuration Software.
Kits start at just $80, so if you’ve been looking into building your own drone to learn a little more about how they go together, check out Flybrix and see if it’s right for you.