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I mounted a camera in a gyroscopic ball and sent it on is way in No Fe


By gapmaster

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I mounted a camera in a gyroscopic ball and sent it on is way in No Fear.

#2 1 year ago

Instant headache

#3 1 year ago

Really cool, thanks for posting !

#4 1 year ago

Wow - great idea. I'd like to see more. Seems it was sped up?
What does it look like at normal speed?

#5 1 year ago

This is crazy to watch, but very interesting none the less. I wonder what the results would look like with some video editing. Remove jitter, have the speed more consistent, show more loops and ramps. Ect.

Just curious, what does the camera look like? I didn’t think it would be easy to find one that’s small enough.

#6 1 year ago

I can't wait for the cameras to get smaller and fit in a Pachinko Ball to watch it not only on a playfield but also in the payoff mech and the ball reserve.

Maybe the OP's camera ball could be used in a Fun House to see how things look in Rudy and the subway ramp assembly.

#7 1 year ago

Make some shots and some jump shots and post that video.

#8 1 year ago
Quoted from gapmaster:

I mounted a camera in a gyroscopic ball and sent it on is way in No Fear.

Way cool! More videos please. Can you take a picture of the gyroscopic ball.

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