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Community => Exhibition / Gallery => Topic started by: Muhsaft on Jan 04, 2017, 06:29 pm

Title: Camera Slider for a Slitscan Project
Post by: Muhsaft on Jan 04, 2017, 06:29 pm
Hi,
For my master's thesis in integrated Design. I have built a camera slider for the photography and video project "Crossvision". Ready to buy sliders normaly end at 1-1.5m length and a track system wouldn't have been precise enough so I had to build my own 2,5m slider. It is powered by an Uno and a Pololu motor shield. The rendering was done using a slightly customized version of Martin Dixon's Slit-Cam script for Processing (http://www.slitcam.com/).

Here are some images and the videos:
http://www.marxen.design/pages/quersicht.html (http://www.marxen.design/pages/quersicht.html)
(Please set the YouTube settings to a very high resolution, because YouTubes' compression was not made for this kind of video.)

I started the build way, way overambitious and had to scale back on the sliders functionality but I couldn't have done it without the help from this community. ;)
Thanks guys!
Title: Re: Camera Slider for a Slitscan Project
Post by: Muhsaft on Jan 07, 2017, 10:45 pm
Any feedback? ;)