Homemade steadicam for <$20

(CD38) #1

It took me about an hour to make, including one trip to the hardware store.

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~johnny/steadycam/

EDIT: Sorry if it sounded like this is my design. It’s not.

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(ebow3d) #2

Make a video and load it on youtube, or somewhere so we can see how well it works.

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(Cire) #3

Did you check the link . . . and scroll down?

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(TheANIMAL) #4

Sounds pretty cool, i’ve found a new project to start on, and if i cant make it myself, i’ll remember your website.

Added to Favorites.

Edit: Oh right you followed the websites instructions and built one for yourself. Well thanks for sharing the site!

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(kbot) #5

Good one. Anything to save money helps these days!

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(CD38) #6

Oy, this isn’t my website, I’m just sharing it. Great design.

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(aflocka) #7

I ran across this site myself just a few days ago. Pretty cool, I must say. I’ve yet to build one myself yet, so I can’t say how well it works. The videos make it look pretty good though.

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