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Instructables - Robotic Camera Dolly System

The Instructables team did an awesome job of designing and implementing this robotic camera dolly system. To view a complete build log and parts list visit Robotic Camera Dolly System.

The Robotic Camera Dolly System has these key features:
- The ability for real-time filming and stop motion photography.
- It is controllable via an easy-to-use touch screen.
- The system can pan, tilt and drive at the same time.
- All actions are repeatable thanks to servo motors and a DC drive motor with a rotary encoder.
- The dynamic Actobotics build system and open source Arduino-based hardware, allows it to be fully
customizable to meet your own needs.
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