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Raspberry-P-eye by Ghiotto Dec 15, 2013


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Raspberry Pi box with servo driven camera module.
In central differential joint using additional steel axle between left and right gears throught hub, it made from core of blind rivet (2mm dia, 35mm long)
Small video here http://youtu.be/rEXKftC6BiY

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My remix is finaly done !
Thanks ^^

Yes, man! You did it! Also RPi-servo over GPI+Python. As to me i thought about ATmega dauter board over I2C because it independs of host. Anyway - good staff, like i am imagine, you r materialized my dreams :-)))

Can't wait, so make my own derivated printable in separeated parts…
Can't share to respect CC by-nc-nd, very sorry people haha ^^;

Cool, i will post that soon, i must take somme pictures first.
Thanks :)

Very curious to see this in operation from the rear (another youtube vid, perhaps?). How have the teeth stood up to regular usage? Does the ribbon cable from the back of the camera receive much wear from all the movement?

An earlier comment mentioned working on a case with separated parts - did you end up doing that or was this version ok?

PS: Any info on the code driving the servos?

Unfortunatelly, project disassembled and frozen for a while, hope i'll return it back from scratch soon.
While testing i used simple RC receiver and transmitter for servo controlling, anyway its planning to use simple ATmega8 with servo-controlling code coupled with Raspberry-Pi by TWI(I2C) bus
Thanks for interesting.

great work. how print it best. Looks like Need many Support ?

Well, i printed t vertically.Unfortunatelly so many distortions, so i am working on case with separeated parts

ok, i wait for it .. ;-)