Diamond plate is a girl’s best friend! Building an add-on battery pack for the KillaJoule.
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Thank you New Eagle and your great CAN data logger for rescuing me from the “data darkness”!
Celebrating women in engineering on today's United Nations International #WomenInScienceDay! Find out how New Eagle is helping racer and engineer Eva Håkansson become the world's fastest woman through next-gen EV technology: https://neweagle.net/blog/eva-hakansson/ ... See more
--- User-friendly CAN datalogger --
Very nice post by the KillaJoule sponsor New Eagle. I can highly recommend their CAN data logger! User-friendly and competitively priced.
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She's fast, thorough, and sharp as a tack. This is Eva Håkansson, and she's on a mission to become the world's fastest woman. Find out how New Eagle is helping her get there: https://neweagle.net/blog/eva-hakansson/
#WomenInSTEM #WomenInScience #WomenInTech ... See more
--- Flying "upside-down" --
Introduction to Aerobatics at North Shore Aero Club, Auckland, New Zealand (http://www.nsac.co.nz/) with flight instructor Chantel Strooh. #GirlPower #YesGirlsCanFly #GirlsRuleTheSky
[If your device doesn't support this video - watch it on YouTube instead here: https://youtu.be/7tLzivb83_w)
Drag the mouse (or drag your finger on a mobile unit) to look around. Scroll on the mousewheel to zoom out and see more. Sound: It is OK to watch it without sound, it only includes engine and wind noise, no music or talking. Thank you Parts Giant (https://www.partsgiant.com/) for sponsoring me with the really cool Garmin Virb 360 camera!
The airplane is a Robin 2160 (registration ZK-TZF). #FlatOutIntoTheFuture #EvaHakansson ... See more
-- 360 degree aerobatics --
OK, I know I should post about electric racing and not flying, but with the move from Colorado to New Zealand still ongoing, the Green Envy still on the drawing table, and myself being chained to my desk at the University of Auckland preparing lecture notes, I simple don't have that many racing updates.
Instead, enjoy this 360 degree footage from this weekend's aerobatic lesson at North Shore Aero Club. I personally think the video is a bit lame, it was much more exciting than it appears in the video, but the views are gorgeous so I hope you will enjoy it. The captions may also be a bit hard to read, I am still a rookie in editing 360 videos.
Note: Drag the mouse (or drag your finger on a mobile unit) to look around.
P.S. If you watch it on an iPhone (and perhaps also an Android) and you happen to have a VR headset, you can watch it as VR in the YouTube app. Click on the symbol that looks like a pair of glasses, and place the phone in your headset.
P.P.S. Thank you Parts Giant that sponsored me with the 360 degree Garmin Virb camera, I hope it is OK that I also use it for flying (my excuse is that I am just testing the features so I know how to use it when I go racing...)
P.P.P.S. Thank you Journeys Aviation in Boulder, Colorado, USA, that got me started on flying!
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Introduction to Aerobatics at North Shore Aero Club with Chantel. The airplane is a Robin 2160 (registration ZK-TZF). Drag the mouse (or drag your finger on ...