This project was featured on hackedgadgets.com !
My first commissioned project:
And here is the resulting first test (using iTimelapse on the iPhone):
40minutes 500 frames @ 16fps around 30secs
It’s still on testing phase, more info and pictures to follow.
In order to shoot the videos for my other projects, i had to rig up a bracket for my phone to be kept atop my tripod. I did involve drilling a 5mm hole through an old plastic shoe (mind you, the Manfrotto shoe is high density aluminum). I liked the extreme simplicity and ease of use.
For my 3 axis CNC router i’m developing the arduino motor driver interface.
More updates to come.
First test… a work in progress
Come back soon for updates!
Playing with the 8275 Bulldozer’s tracks i stumbled upon a way to make them huge wheels, and went with the idea:
This is the project that ended my latest “dark age”. I bought the 8275 bulldozer while studying abroad in Denmark in 2008, the raw winter and the lack of activities led to the completion of 14 full projects. I built this to get used to the “new” studless system and I ended up loving the studless way! after this project i built the aforementioned bulldozer.
First try of all the axes of my lego cnc. Hand operated
Zooming & triggering remote controlled Lego robot for the Nikon D80 SLR Camera.