The ImmersionRC Tramp HV was released in late 2016, and has proven to be a solid performer in the FPV market.
As with any product release, we monitor carefully reports of failures, and with the help of our repair centers, dig down to find the root cause of these failures.
By far the most common failure mode for the Tramp HV to date has been voltage regulator damage due to voltage spikes on the battery wires at startup. Read More
When flying fast and agile mini-quads, the time to transmit control information from remote to flight controller plays an important role. Latency in the transmission forces you to anticipate every move and has an impact on the precision on the race track.
Drone racing game Liftoff released on Steam
The Belgian game developer LuGus Studios and drone manufacturers ImmersionRC and Fat Shark have just released Liftoff, a game about the incipient sport of first person view drone racing, on Steam’s Early Access program.
To name just three:
– FPVRace28, in Chartres, France, with over 108 pilots racing over two days
– HobbyKing Weekender, in Domaine du Planet (CEMA), France, with ~50 pilots
– US Nationals, in Sacramento, California, with over 100 pilots Read More
This is a fairly long document, for an executive summary, scroll to the bottom.
There are several reasons for yaw slippage, including PID/FC parameters incorrectly set, center-points of the radio incorrectly set, and one which will be discussed here, the alignment of the motors. Read More
We are in the middle of a 3D Printing revolution. In the ImmersionRC R&D center, much of our prototyping involves one or more 3D printers.
Our customers have come up with all kinds of interesting designs, which we have the pleasure of showcasing here.
If you have a design that you would like to share with the FPV community, we would love to hear from you, and would like to share the project on this page.