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Camera Harness

Amy

TOM Developer Groups

2018

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THE CHALLENGE

Amy is a media student that wishes to film documentaries and short films independently. She would like to use a hand-held camera while also mobilising on crutches. Continuing on from the work done by her team in the 2017 Makeathon, Amy would like to develop their original design (insert link) to be more robust to movement.


THE SOLUTION

The PVC-pipe camera rig allows the user to operate a video camera and its accessories hands-free. The device is braced on the user’s back and shoulders, and has a custom mount for a camera.

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Safety Information


To download a digital product file containing open source instructions on how to build the design solution, read and agree to the terms and conditions below.

All digital product files on this page are provided as conceptual designs and were developed by volunteers through a TOM: Melbourne event or program.
 
The design file is provided in the interest of sharing ideas and promoting collaboration. The design as described in the document(s) has not been tested or assessed for safety. Please do not attempt to use any device built using these instructions without first seeking appropriate professional advice on the safety and suitability of the device for your personal situation. 
 
TOM: Melbourne are unable to advise on the suitability of any design or device for your personal situation, however if you have general questions relating to the instructions or documentation, please contact us via our  email: info@tommelbourne.com.au

 

There is no digital product file available for download at this time. If you would like more information or believe this is an error, please email us at info@tommelbourne.com.au

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