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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Paparazzi OSD, what is the status?

From: Tilman Baumann
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Paparazzi OSD, what is the status?
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 17:05:41 +0000
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Oh, this is embarrassing. I just found max7456.c in the ppz sources.
Any chances getting that to run on a Lisa/m with perhaps something like

On 19/11/13 16:36, Tilman Baumann wrote:
> I remember vaguely that someone mentioned a log time ago that he has
> made some rudimentary OSD support for PPZ.
> And there is at least one video on Youtube of that.
> But what came of it? The wiki is silent. Krooz might bring us built in
> OSD support, but I did not see that working either.
> Of course I'm talking of airborne side OSD. Ivy-Mavlink bridge on the PC
> helps little.
> What is the status? Where are the loose ends and are any of those still
> active?
> Thanks
>  Tilman
> PS: I have put my PPZ ambitions on ice after a few successful flights
> more than a year ago after I realised that I live in a too built up area
> and too near to busy airports. And most importantly I realised that I
> wasn't a safe pilot.
> I have been flying RC for a while now (slope soaring) and became a
> pretty competent pilot. My mate got into FPV and invited me to fly with
> him. That is where I thought why not do that with a PPZ based system.
> It's easily capable enough for RTH and flight stabilisation. :)
> But with FPV a OSD is very useful.
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