Arduino enthusiasts looking for a new project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in a new slow motion frame which has been created by instructor balls user jollifactory using an affordable IKEA frame and has been inspired by the Slow Dance Frame created by Jeff Lieberman
The Instructable project enables you to use the power of Arduino and an Arduino Nano. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the JF sLOMO (Slow Motion) Frame DIY Kit project.
When we first stumbled upon the Slow Dance Frame created by Jeff Lieberman, we were quite astounded to be able to view real-live objects move in what appears to be slow motion with our naked eyes. It is so surreal and mesmerizing. Inspired by the Slow Dance frame, we at jolliFactory have created the JF sLOMO frame DIY kit for those interested to replicate this awesome frame.
If you are interested in creating your very own then jump over to the Instructables website via the link below for full instructions and component list.Filed Under: DIY Projects, Top News