learning the ropes

things I made at ITP and after: sketches, prototypes, and other documentation

Monday, January 7, 2008

Tiny Surveillance Camera Housing

Wendy is worried about the tiny surveillance cameras. She wants some way to position them safely. After brainstorming, we realize that a tripod might be the quickest way to get up and running — the lowest barrier to getting to the next step. I will mount the cameras in small protective enclosures.


1/4″-20 turns out to be a very important specification for photography. This is the dimension of the bolt found on camera tripods.

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posted by Michael at 12:34 am  

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