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The Tertial light offered by Ikea is much more that a work lamp. Its adjustable arm and many points of articulation make in an excellent platform for mounting ...
Required materials: - Tertial Lamp - Sugru, or all purpose adhesive - needle nose pliers - philips screwdriver - rubber bands (to stabilize the cam while the adhesive ...
- Start by removing the shade from your Tertial. - Remove the two screws holding the switch and socket assembly the arm. - Take a moment to make ...
I managed to find this Logitech C200 on clearance for $5. Any web-cam will do, so find one that meets your needs.
Remove the clip assembly from your webcam. Mine had a fairly involved clip assembly and despite my attempts to disassemble it properly, ultimately it came down to brute ...
There are a few options for mounting the camera. While any all purpose adhesive such as epoxy or super glue would do the trick; I went with Sugru.
I wasn't sure if Sugru would stick properly to this particular type of plastic, but I need not have worried – it has a strong hold. Apart from ...
The USB cable was routed along the length of the arm, zip-tied in place with slack to allow for movement.
The images and videos were taken with the webcam.
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