Automatic Stabilization thru Vector Entanglement Tutorial

#1
The 2-dimensional vector entanglement technique learnt from the guide Levitation through Vector Entanglement by Neon.


Done!!

Test 1, without gyro damper:


Test 2, with gyro damper:



Stabilizer in practice: CCC-80

The stabilizer can be quite small.
I chose the tail fin to be the stabilizer, for there's space for it laying down.
In this case, the rotors are the gyro dampers.
It needs just a single key to activate before the flight.
And most importantly, it's ice-proof, unlike the balloon based stabilizer.

Files:
CCC-80:
spiderling page
original no stabilizer version file
stabilized version file
stabilized Steam page

Tutorial demo:
see attached file below (ve-tut.bsg)
 

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#12
Yes it's weak.
Here's my suggestions:
1. You can use a rope instead of a spring. Ropes are much more effective.
2. You need a very long spring to increase the leverage.
3. Just use positive and negative balloons. They are reliable.
4. Same as 2, Lay down your machine and give it some springs from the head to the feet. It should have more stabilizing power when it stands up.
 

Dakila

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#13
Thank you for this! I couldn't watch the video on neons steam for some reason. Also this seems a little easier to understand. ill let you know how it goes
 

Sanpyr

Active Member
#17
I learned this recently, but if you place a brace with both ends on the opposite sides of a block, and set its Z scale to something low like 0.0001 ( 0 scale doesn't work, don't use it), it will resist/stop rotation in a axis, the lower the scale, the higher it will resist.
if you want to test it out, check out the example machine attatched:

EDIT:
the machine works best in 0-g, for some reason any brace that doesn't start upright likes to twist around in gravity (still trying to find a way to fix this)
 

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Sanpry:
Yes, that has been discussed in the discord chat room (join here) for a while. It's being called BES the brace entanglement stabilizer in the community.
an extreme-scaled brace shifts its center of mass, causing the inertia of rotation get extremely large so that it rotates so little that it's nearly perfectly stabilized.
 

Sanpyr

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Sanpry:
Yes, that has been discussed in the discord chat room (join here) for a while. It's being called BES the brace entanglement stabilizer in the community.
an extreme-scaled brace shifts its center of mass, causing the inertia of rotation get extremely large so that it rotates so little that it's nearly perfectly stabilized.
thanks for the information, by the way, by extreme scaled, do you mean extremely large, or small?
 

Sanpyr

Active Member
#20
Also, I discovered: if you use ball joints (see below for picture) you can minimize and even get rid of the rotation for non-upright braces.
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the balljoints are braced end-to-end
 
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