Title: Inovace lineárního posuvu fotoaparátu
Other Titles: Innovation of Linear Camera Slider
Authors: Krejčí, Vít
Citation: Elektrotechnika a informatika 2018: XIX. ročník konference doktorských prací, Zámek Nečtiny, 25. – 26. října 2018: Elektrotechnika, Elektronika, Elektroenergetika, 2018. 186 s. ISBN 978–80–261–0785–9.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/30713
ISBN: 978–80–261–0785–9
Keywords: 3D modely;3D tisk;ATmega128;řemenice;modul bluetooth;synchronizace kamery;uhlíkové lišty;řidič krokového motoru;DRV8825;grafický LCD;HC- 05;posuvník lineární kamery;lineární pohyb;motorová základna;ST7920;krokový motor;TB6560;časová prodleva;trubkové lišty
Keywords in different language: 3D models;3D print;ATmega128;belt pulley;bluetooth module;camera synchronization;carbon rails;driver of stepper motor;DRV8825;graphic LCD;HC- 05;linear camera slider;linear move;motor base;ST7920;stepper motor;TB6560;time-lapse;tube rails
Abstract in different language: This project is based on the first type of linear camera slider which makes several improves of construction and directions option of camera motion. Design of mechanical construction is focused on weight with a strong emphasis on the solidity of the rails line. The primary task is modified the whole construction and set up modules for electrical equipment and drive units. This layout of electronic kit required the various types of necessary modules for electrical and mechanical parts to reach the smooth linear and rotation move together driven by stepper motors. The main electronics offer real-time controlling slides parameters, time-lapse shooting and tracking the central object placed in front of rails.
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