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May 28, 2016 AT 3:00 am

Shutterino – Algorithmic Camera Trigger #Arduino #celebratephotography

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Nice build from Amadeusz Wieczorek on hackster.io:

Shutterino – control the camera’s shutter with a sensor-sensitive algorithm. Powered by Arduino MKR1000.

I want to make a stop motion short film similar to “Pacer” but I’m nowhere close to having artistic skills to do it. I hope that programming skills will come to rescue. Let’s have the algorithm decide when it is the best moment to take a photo!


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