Shrediquette goes multicopter!
Several requests "urged" me to release new versions of my firmware. I made a quadrocopter (quadrotor), a hexacopter (hexrotor) and a Y6 version of the Shrediquette firmware, called MM4 respectively MM6. Quadrocopter & hexacopter versions were tested and they seem to work pretty good (see e.g. here). My MM6 flies really good (I am using the same motors/ props/ ESCs as in the DLXm), I built it to make some nice movies when I am in Cameroon on christmas.
Next, I am planning to build a Y6 hexacopter that is even smaller than my DLXm tricopter. The firmware for a Y6 Copter is already included in the zip archive, although I couldn't test it yet. For this tiny copter, I have to design a new PCB with a very small footprint (27 x 37mm). This PCB will be some sort of "minimal circuit", that means it doesn't include components for a servo nor LEDs nor connectors. It is just as small as I could make it:
The new firmware versions are included in the existing zip archive (Source code (.hex and .bas)).