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The OpenSource handheld camera stabilizer Glimo is looking for funds
Glimo is a beautifully crafted and super creative open source handheld camera stabilizer that works with any DSLR / COMPACT / P&S and consumer camcorders on the market, developed by Arthur Siau,a French designerand hacker.
Improve your films using opensource camera tools
Being a product designer, I often have to explain ideas and concepts using scenarios. I learned that the best way to do this is through video. It’s simply efficient and it gets your concepts in movements.
My main challenge here was to build a DIY product that could compete with already existing (and usually expensive) professional solutions.
via Glimo – An OpenSource handheld camera stabilizer | Indiegogo.
Despite is a very interesting project it is failing to hit its targets.
Nevertheless, is always great to get in touch with such cool projects.