In this chapter, we learned a bit more on the philosophy of prototyping, kitbashing, and altering prefab parts for our purposes. We also learned how to configure Pixhawk for a multicopter, include a video feed in our laptop display, and use joysticks to control a drone. If that wasn't enough, we also learned how to balance power to weight on a multicopter. Now, you can see just what complicated beasts they are.
In the next chapter, we're going to take on the Holy Grail of dronery: a fixed wing drone. In a lot of ways, they're simpler than multicopters. But in reality they're not.