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What I made is a shooting stand that holds a smartphone and turns it around while it captures a 360 degrees panorama! In my case it is an ...
Basic materials: Two servos Arduino Plastic material Screws and glue Cables Tools: Knife Drill with bits Screw driver Pliers
The idea is to fix the device on a holder made of plastic. I've cut some plastic pieces and glued them to form a pocket for the iPod. ...
On one of the sides of the iPod holder is the servo. The other side is held in place by a screw. This forms the axle for the ...
To minimise the servo stress, I have balanced the iPod holder and marked the balance spots.
On one side of the iPod holder there is the servo attachment element. I have screwed it with two screws. On the other side I drilled a hole, ...
Here is the finished vertical axle stand. Now it needs a bottom part.
The legs of the vertical stand are aligned and held by a new piece of plastic. Two screws for each leg are far enough. This could be glued ...
My basic parts supply was very restrained. I cam up with s few parts from an old toy. I would use gears for best results. If you're happy ...
I had to drill the bigger wheel inside diameter in order to fit it onto the servo metal axis.
Then I marked the centre of the base and drilled it. I attached the small wheel to the base.
To allow the base to spin freely I inserted its axis through a plastic box. The bit that hangs off from the bottom can be cut.
Using a few cable ties the servo for the base has been attached to the box. Now both wheels should touch.
I've got updated the wheels that rotate the base of the panorama maker. The two gears that I used have a ratio about 1:3. The bigger gear is ...
Each servo uses three wires. RED: 5V BROWN: GND YELLOW: Data As in my arduino sketch: Pin 9: Vertical servo yellow wire Pin 10: Horizontal servo yellow wire
It's a bit tricky here because the cables mess around. I found a good spot on the side, but be careful. You can always change the servo zero ...
All you are left with is to add the power supply.
// Automatic 360 Degrees Panorama Shooting Stand // By Pavel Mihaylov // Edition 04 #include <Servo.h> Servo myservo; // create servo object to control a servo Servo myservo_horizontal; ...
If I could, I would do the same panorama shooting stand out of 3D printed parts. Why? Quicker Neater Easy to share and reproduce Good ideas spread for ...
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