Multi-axis Camera Stabilization Rig

Sick of shaky hand-held video? You could try to build one of the many DIY steadycam projects out there or you could attempt to recreate the work of Colorado Springs area maker Adam Sidman’s multi-axis camera stabilization device. Using MEMS gyro sensors and servo motors mounted to a yaw and pitch gimbaled structure, the device actively compensates for sloppy handheld camera movement.


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