Changeset 3d25264 in orbit for android


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Timestamp:
12/27/13 05:16:38 (6 years ago)
Author:
Steve Castellotti <sc@…>
Branches:
master, Servo
Children:
60c7c28
Parents:
71f66b0
Message:
  • varios typos fixed in tutorial
Location:
android/assets/tutorial
Files:
5 edited

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  • android/assets/tutorial/step09.html

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    1919      <ul> 
    2020         <li>Set your goal and switch on the Orbit</li> 
    21          <li>When your target(s) are reached the infrared transmitter will begin broadcasting flight instructions</li> 
     21         <li>When any of your targets are reached the infrared transmitter will begin broadcasting flight instructions</li> 
    2222         <li>Maintain your focus/clarity after takeoff</li> 
    2323      </ul> 
  • android/assets/tutorial/step10.html

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    1919      <ul> 
    2020         <li>Score points based on target slider levels</li> 
    21          <li>If you pass your goal with either Attention or Meditation, the higher target of the two will earn points per second</li> 
     21         <li>If you pass your goal with either Attention or Meditation, the higher target of the two will earn points every second</li> 
    2222         <li>Points are earned faster at higher difficulty settings</li> 
    2323         <li>You must set your slider above a minimum threshold of 40% to score any points</li> 
  • android/assets/tutorial/step11-2.html

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    1818 
    1919      <ul> 
    20          <li><b>Hover</b> This preset is designed for an average Orbit to hover in place when fully charged. Due to variations in manufacturing, it is normally necesary to fine-tune this setting using the Throttle slider. The Hover button will also reset the Throttle, Yaw, and Pitch sliders back to their defaults.</li> 
     20         <li><b>Hover</b> This preset is designed for an average Orbit to hover in place when fully charged. Due to variations in manufacturing, it is often desirable to fine-tune this setting using the Throttle slider. The Hover button will also reset the Throttle, Yaw, and Pitch sliders back to their defaults.</li> 
    2121         <li><b>Forward</b> Fly forward while hovering</li> 
    2222         <li><b>Left</b> Spin counter-clockwise while hovering</li> 
  • android/assets/tutorial/step12-2.html

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    1919      <ul> 
    2020         <li><b>Controlled Descent</b> By default, whenever the Orbit is instructed to land, the throttle is cut completely, causing the helicopter to fall to the ground. This "smooth landing" function will take into account the current throttle setting, and slowly drop it down to zero over a short period of time. This can be best tested using the "Test Fly" and "Land" buttons in succession.</li> 
     21         <li><b>Note</b>: "Controlled Descent" is an experimental feature! Please feel free to try it out and report back your experience using the "Support" tab</li> 
    2122      </ul> 
    2223       
  • android/assets/tutorial/tips.html

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    1313       
    1414      <ul> 
    15          <li>The Orbit work best with a friend - who can hold and catch the helicopter</li> 
     15         <li>The Orbit works best with a friend - who can hold and catch the helicopter</li> 
    1616         <li>To stop flying, it helps to look away or around the room as this should break concentration</li> 
    1717         <li>In the event of a crash or if the propellers make contact with some object the Orbit will enter "safety mode" and shut down 
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