1. Download and print the picture(check support link), or use other device to display the picture.
2. Click “Flight” menu.
3. Turn the phone’s camera to the picture, the drone would show on screen.
4. Click “Flight” to set off, press the hidden joysticks on bottom-left or bottom-right of the screen to control the drone.
5. You can press the “H” button on top-right to hide/show menus. If the drone flies out of screen, press “Reset” to reset its position.
- May 30th, 2014 v1.1
Menu color updated.
2 New AR objects included: Arch and Cannon.
I love the idea of your app, drone of AR.
Good for children to experience flying a simulated drone .
Would you consider to add a swap button there between mode 1 and mode 2 in control ?
I’m from Hong Kong , and most of the quad player here are in mode 2.
Wait for your new stuff ! Good job !
Thank you, Adam. I haven’t updated the app for long and didn’t have a plan for it. Sorry but I don’t know what you meant by mode 1 and mode 2 in control.
Are they two different ways to control the AR Drone on the app AR.FreeFlight? Maybe I’ll check it and consider adding the feature later.
Please release an update if this app. I too would like to see Mode 3 (basically swap the joysticks or provide an option to swap them). Neat idea!
Please release an update of this app. I too would like to see Mode 2 (basically swap the joysticks or provide an option to swap them). Neat idea!