This Hand Made Bluetooth-Controlled Wired Camera Takes Pictures from All Angles
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With the right tools and expertise, you can turn an ordinary camera into a Bluetooth-controlled wired camera that can take pictures from all angles. This process can not be done by everyone but it sure is fun to watch.
Start by 3D printing orange circular plastic pieces. Take a rectangular piece of wood and drill a hole in one of its corners.
Draw out a smaller rectangle in the middle of this piece and cut it out. Take a thin piece of black wood and drill five holes into it. Attach that piece to a DC dear motor after you have cut it in the right shape to fit the motor perfectly.
Attach the piece of wood in between the motor and the black piece of wood. Screw-in another rectangular piece of wood perpendicular to the first one. Paint all the wood pieces black.
Screw in the orange circular plastic pieces on the piece of wood. Place a nob that will control how the camera turns and connect it to the motor. Want to know what to do next? You have to watch the video for that!
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