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Just a quickie video stating what i plan to get up to -namely; How to's, art, electronics, making, photography, and a bunch of other stuff.
Slightly clickbaity title, but this cost me about $5 in wood (the cheapest bracing lumber I could find) and it'll hold a camera (plus microphones , cables, and suchlike) in position and out of my way.
It holds the camera about a yard above my table top, which matches the 14-40mm lens on my M43 camera, and most importantly it's not getting up in my grill while I'm working on stuff.
I also used a few screws, some dowel, glue, and a couple of angle braces. i had those lying around - I'm pretty sure this is about the cheapest way I could make an overhead rig which is going to be secure and useful.
I've attached a couple of power multi-boxes, a couple of cheap security lights diffused with mylar, and I'm using a D-plate with a clamp to hold the camera in place, Even if I had to pay for all the parts it'd still be cheap.
I'm using a Japanese style pull saw as that cuts easily and cleanly, it's typically quicker and cleaner than power tools for small projects like this - I'm using dowels and screws, ans the combination of both tends to be more robust.
The music is a result of me noodling about with a Yamaha DD-6, it's not amazing, but it's kinda funny.
I have a few different projects I need to be working on, ranging from offensive noise makers, borderline stupid robots, and a timekeeping doorbell (these are things I'm required to make in the next soonish) I'll probably lead off making a multi channel headphone pre-amp and splitter.
arte robótico. tenés que verlo