A chicken head makes an excellent camera stabilizer

A simple fix for a lack of a camera stabilizer: attach it to the self-stabilizing noggin of a chicken skull. It does not, of course, work if the noggin is no longer attached to the chicken. With his backyard chicken coop, our happy mutant overlord Mr. Frauenfelder should be able to do something fun with this for MAKE, you’d think.

[via Gizmodo]

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3 Responses to A chicken head makes an excellent camera stabilizer

  1. brohan says:

    Avian vestibuloocular reflex: adaptive plasticity and developmental changes is a great paper to look at. Chickens have the same feed-back loop which leads to image stabilzation. Only biology works faster

  2. dargaud says:

    That’s one of the funniest and at the same time most informative video I’ve ever seen.

  3. Peaceflag2007 says:

    dance music remix please

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