Self balancing scooters (hoverboards) can make an image stabilizer camera rig that can be used to capture smooth, low angle shoots.
Mounting a small camera to the body of the scooter can be challenging because the center part of the board twists while in operation.
With a 3D printed adapter, we can add a clamp for a camera mount to the middle of the board without obstructing riding or interfering with the position of the camera mount.
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