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Sounds good - I was thinking I could lower the frame rate even further to 20 for a simple animation most wouldn't notice perhaps but this project would definetly need some kind of variable speed controller so it could be fine tuned.Oh and I'd want to make it different to all the other Zoetropes out there so maybe head mounted - like some kind of crude virtual reality headset...
Thats called a Zoetrope and a few people have asked me to make one next :) So its definitely on the to do list. I'm thinking to get the speed needed for it to work a normal DC motor would be fine.
Yup, its a nice effect though with high detail and a really good quality print those lines could be lessened. I like it though :)
Making a 3D Printed Animated GIFView Instructable »