Saw this bag labeled "Brushless Motor" at a flea market for $10, turns out it was (most of) a 2-axis Basecam gimbal! It's just missing the motor for one axis and some of the mounting hardware.
I was actually looking for just a pitch gimbal so I can look down while flying, and I should be able to print an appropriate mounting plate to go from the single motor to a camera mount pretty easily.
Definitely a good buy, should do just what I need. Assuming the controller isn't dead anyway...
Oh man! This is major! I'm really looking forward to watching this in November! 😮👍👏
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I plan on be selling the older PrintrBot soon though, so that should clear up some space.
What with the very long delay getting to market, the required horsepower to run it, and now the announcement that they will only concentrate on Windows OS, the attraction of Oculus Rift is really waning for me. I'm rather hoping there will be suitable compatible alternatives to make use - probably cheaper and more widely supported. VR itself should (must) have broader support than just for Oculus Rift otherwise it too won't really take off. There is a tremendous potential for VR and Google Cardboard also demonstrated how simple it could be.
Humble Mobile Bundle 4 (Pay what you want & help charity!)
More games to play on the go! Humble Mobile Bundle 4 now gets you OLO, Color Sheep and Gunslugs (along with the rest of the pack). That's a
This Is The World's First Entirely 3D-Printed Gun (Photos)
The 3D-printed gun that Cody Wilson calls the "Liberator." Click to enlarge. (Credit: Michael Thad Carter for Forbes) Eight months ago, Cody