30 Jan '15, 12am

CAMdrive is an Open Source Time-lapse Photography Controller

CAMdrive is an Open Source Time-lapse Photography Controller

[Nightflyer] has been working on an open source project he calls CAMdrive . CAMdrive is designed to be a multi-axis controller for time-lapse photography. It currently only supports a single axis, but he’s looking for help in order to expand the functionality. You may already be familiar with the idea of time-lapse photography . The principal is that your camera takes a photo automatically at a set interval. An example may be once per minute. This can be a good way to get see gradual changes over a long period of time. While this is interesting in itself, time-lapse videos can often be made more interesting by having the camera move slightly each time a photo is taken. CAMdrive aims to aid in this process by providing a framework for building systems that can pan, tilt, and slide all automatically. The system is broken out into separate nodes. All nodes can communicate wit...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/01/29/camdrive-is-an-open-source...

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