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Camera Stabilizer #Arduino #celebratephotography

From bobby_cab on Instructables:

This project has been developed by Nil Carrillo and Robert Cabañero, two 3rd year product design engineering students at ELISAVA.

Video recording is greatly conditioned by the cameraman’s pulse, since it has a direct impact on the quality of the footage. Camera stabilizers have been developed to minimize the impact of vibrations on video footage, and we can find from traditional mechanical stabilizers to modern electronic stabilizers such as the KarmaGrip by GoPro.

In this instructable guide you will find the steps to develop an electronic camera stabilizer operating on an Arduino environment.

The stabilizer we have designed is thought to stabilize two of the rotation axis automatically, while leaving the flat rotation of the camera under control of the user, who can orient the camera as he pleases through two pushbuttons located on the

We will start off listing the necessary components and the software and code that has been used to develop this project. We will continue with a step-by-step explanation of the assembly process to end up extracting a few conclusions about the whole process and the project itself.

Check out the full Instructable and the video above from YouTube.


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