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Image-stabilisation technology

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Author: nansjes1

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Filesize: 34.74 kB

Date added: 2014-08-15

Rating: 6.1

Downloads: 1631

Views: 332

Comments: 13

Ratings: 3

Times favored: 1

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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For this scene I made 4 different cameras:
2 with a suspended stand/tripod and 2 with a lens-stabilizer.

The lasers should stay as stable as possible on the
green plate to get the most stable video!

The cameras are ordered from worst to best.

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Fascinating. Had no clue how this worked, until i saw your scene. Thanks!:tup:
As an experiment to see how the stabilizer systems handle it, I varied the RPM of each motor slightly in order to emulate a real-world situation (such as a camera that's mounted on a car which is riding along a badly broken road).

Excellent demo!:tup:
Last edited at 2014/08/15 21:47:02 by Xray
This is not how normal cameras works. This concept is only used in gigantic $20.000 broadcasting cameras used for the fifa worldcup and that sorts of stuff ( )
nansjes1 - The YouTube link that you gave is not valid. Here is the corrected link:
Last edited at 2014/08/16 02:57:42 by Xray
Well,the link works like normal to me,Xray.You might be asking "why did the video skipped all by itself?",try to look at the link again.You will see "t=1m5s",which means that when a person clicks the link,it will open the video and skip to the adjusted time.
let's say,that i'm uploading a video at the exact time that i wanted to show,i will only add "?t=<value>m<value>s".After that,the link will open the video at the time what i want!(here's an example video:

I hope you got it ;)
Last edited at 2014/08/16 12:42:52 by faytree
@faytree yeh, you should have known that, @xray :P
No, I did not know that. I am smart, but I do not know everything about everything. :lol: Thanks!

By the way, I know why the link did not work for me before. It's because when I copied the link and pasted it into my address bar, I must have also copied one of the parentheses which caused the link not to work.
What do you mean Parentheses link?
These are parentheses -------> ( )

When you copy the link and include one or both of them along with the link, then the link does not work. Try it!
Last edited at 2014/08/17 01:08:26 by Xray
Ooh,now i see
Last edited at 2014/08/17 10:06:13 by faytree
the parentheses were interrupting the link huh?
Last edited at 2014/08/17 10:21:43 by faytree