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A short course on using paparazzi and video processing on the Bebop can be found here: [1] Various video tutorials of all kinds.

Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter

Building the Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

Lisa/S Quadcopter Detailed Assembly Tutorial

Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter Getting Started - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

Elle Avionics System

Introduction to the Elle0 Autopilot - Video by Esden from 1BitSquared

Introduction to the G0 GPS Receiver Module - Video by the Esden from 1BitSquared

Building a Drone with Piotr Esden-Tempski and Hak5

Piotr gave a series of interviews at Hack5 in which he walks through most steps for setting up a Quadrotor with the Lisa/M V2.
The bumblebee_quad.xml airframe file is included in the default installation of paparazzi, and can be easily found in the default airframe paparazzi center dropdown as "Bumblebee_Quad".
This may be very helpful for beginners since a lot of important paparazzi related stuff is explained (but not all is required for a beginner).
The videos also contain some additional stuff which has nothing to do with paparazzi.

Open Source Drones and Android SDR, Hak5 1611

  • Introduction to the terms Drones, UAV and UAS.
  • Mechanical difference between quadcopter and helicopter, why the quadcopter is more common on hobbyists.
  • Possible uses of UAV/UAS (non military).
  • Safety guidelines (use your brain!, airports, other people...).

Drone Basics and Open Source Ship Tracking, Hak5 1612

  • Quad, hexa and optocopters, which are the different benefits?
  • Which parameters influence the propellers thrust(pitch, kV, V)?
  • Short talks about brushed/brushless motors, frames, in this build used radio system and LiPo battery.
  • Why a quadcopter can't be controled directly ba a human.

Drones 101: Flight Controllers + Tracking Aircraft 5000 miles away! Hak5 1615

  • How does an autopilot work in principle and which are the minimum requirements for stabilisation e.g..
  • MEMS; Gyroscope, Accelerometer & Magnetometer, Barometer, what they can measure and what the autopilot can do with these measurements .
  • Different Flight controller; Paparazzi, DJI Naza, Ardupilot, Multiwii.
  • Paparazzi over the time, which controller has been used in the past (AVR -> LPC -> STM32).

Drones 101: Open Source Autopilot, Hak5 1616

  • LisaMv2 with Aspirinv2.2 small overview.
  • Paparazzi center walkthough, from (left to right) the code parts, to compiling and uploading.
  • How paparazzi is released on github (stable and cutting edge).
  • What do the Airframe, Flight Plan, Settings, Radio and Telemetry xml files do?
  • Build the firmware with gcc and upload it to LisaMv2.
  • LisaMv2's Bootloader mode.
  • GCS walkthough with the basic components.
  • Connect LisaMv2 via Floss JTAG's uart port to the GCS.

Drone Assembly and Trunked Radio Systems, Hak5 1617

  • Assembling the Bumblebee carbon fiber airframe.
  • Zip tie down the ESC cables and mounting the LisaMv2.

Drone Wiring And Moving On From TrueCrypt With LUKS, Hak5 1618

  • Connecting peripherals on the quadrocopter (BEC, redundant Spektrum, telemetry modem, gps receiver).
  • Connect to a power source (limited power supply / LiPo).
  • Binding the Spektrum satelites with a bind plug over the LisaMv2.

Finalizing The Drone and Text Obfuscation With FauxCrypt, Hak5 1619

  • Connect quadcopter with GCS
  • Intro to Messages, Real-time Plotter.
  • Calibrating the accelerometer and magnetometer.
  • Maiden flight.

Parrot Bebop

Paparazzi on the Parrot Bebop Drone - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

Parrot AR Drone

AR Drone Getting Started - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

AR Drone Autonomous Flight - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

How to become a Paparazzi Developer

How to become a Paparazzi Developer - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab

Paparazzi Software Installation

Paparazzi Installation Linux - Video by the TU Delft MAVLab