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axiiio nano – Flexible, Reconfigurable Camera Motion Control

A project in Perth, AU by axiiio
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Because your motion control system should be flexible enough to do all the things that you can imagine.
Backers: 26
Average Pledge Per Backer: $508 AUD

Funded: $13,213 AUD of $122,000 AUD
Dates: Nov 10th -> Dec 10th (30 days)
Project By: axiiio
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Latest News

Our campaign is coming to an end! (Backers Only)

December 8th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Help us out by giving some campaign feedback

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

axiiio First Ever Live Stream This Weekend

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
As Adam mentioned in his campaign update, we've had lots of questions and ideas about ways to use the system in various projects and we think that a live stream is a good place to answer those questions, and show you what else we've been working on.... (Read More)

FAQ Updates

November 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Just a heads-up we've added a bunch more questions and answers to the FAQ, so check it out if you want to see some of the questions we've been asked. Also if you have any more questions let us know in the comments or flick us an email.  (Read More)

All the Blinky Receiver Status Lights

November 29th - via: kickstarter.com
We realised that we'd forgotten to show the lights on the front of the Receiver. Adam had put some effort into animating the blue lights in the logo, and we didn't show anyone! I think it's a pretty cool little design feature, that lets you know what... (Read More)

Can your camera robot automate a nerf sentry gun?

November 24th - via: kickstarter.com
If you liked Can your camera robot deliver you a beer? you'll definitely enjoy this one.  This is part 1 of a Haxiiio project where Adam builds an automated sentry gun using axiiio motion components, a Nerf gun and many rolls of 3D printer filament.... (Read More)

Elizabeth Quay Sunset Timelapse

November 24th - via: kickstarter.com
A little while back we shot some timelapse footage of a sunset over Elizabeth Quay, in Perth, Western Australia. It's a particularly beautiful spot right on the Perth city foreshore. The timelapse is just a simple pan, so you could easily achieve... (Read More)

Keyhole Clamp on hackaday.io

November 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Everyone, You might like to know that we've posted the Keyhole Clamp on hackaday.io. You can find all the details, necessary components and the 3D printer model (STL) files, in case you want to make your own!... (Read More)

Week 1 done and dusted!

November 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi again, Week one is over but we're still busy as ever. You may have seen on Twitter that we were filming a special project the other day. You'll see the results of that soon. We used a BlackMagic Ursa Mini Pro G2 for that one, a very nice camera... (Read More)

Robotic Beer Delivery!

November 14th - via: kickstarter.com
We're Pivoting! We're taking axiiio in a bold new direction: Robotic Beer Delivery!  OK, maybe not, but here's a video of Adam attaching a motion pancake to a skateboard using a prototype keyhole clamp which we 3D printed. That's the same clamp we... (Read More)

Even more axiiio-powered camera rigs we've made

November 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi again, Andrew here, just thought I'd drop in with a quick update. We've built many test rigs over the last few years and here's a few that are more specialised I thought you might like to see and perhaps get some ideas from. These are video assets... (Read More)

We can't believe the axiiio campaign has finally launched!

November 11th - via: kickstarter.com
This campaign has been a long time coming, 6 years in all, and I hope you're excited by what we have to offer. What's exciting for us is to finally be able to release the axiiio nano System to the world and we can't wait to see what creators can do... (Read More)

The axiiio nano is a complete compact, modular and expandable motion control system

November 10th - via: diyphotography.net
It looks like there’s a new player in the world of motion control. The axiiio nano has today launched on Kickstarter with a new modular system that offers a lot of flexibility. Rather than just being a single device, it’s a range of components that allow you to build up only the system you need. (Read More)

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