We have seen a lot of talent contribute to this project of ours.
Here are 6 DIY hacks from Filmora that show you how to keep your camera steady using materials you probably have lying around at home.
These are just a handful of creative stabilization ideas — there are countless others: shopping carts, rollerblades, skateboards, and wheelchairs make pretty decent makeshift dollies.
Dirty Unicorns is a project that started out with no name.
It was a project that was first based off AOKP back in the early days of Jelly Bean.
There is no official Ravelry app but we have a directory of 28 i Phone and Android apps that work with Ravelry. The app is discussed here Ravelry Forum You can download it here: play store The free/lite version is ad based.
To remove the ads, you can purchase the full version through the app.I've used the camera strap trick and tripod stabilizer trick with limited sucess.The string trick and rubber band trick look interesting.Gimbals, monopods, and other camera stabilizers can help you shoot beautiful images, but many of them are hundreds, even thousands of dollars.If you're a no-budget filmmaker, there are plenty of ways to stabilize your camera without spending a dime.While AOKP was fun, Omni ROM proved to be even more exciting base because it challenged us to see what we could do with a project that had different goals in mind. With Lollipop, we moved to an AOSP base with a lot of patches from CAF to make our older devices function as they should. It has been an awesome learning experience and is still not over! Everything that is necessary to keep this project going is out of our own pocket. - Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP & have updated to the New Bootloader (OOS3) - Perform a FULL WIPE as described below if coming from another ROM or a different version of Android (A full wipe is when you wipe system, data,cache & dalvik/art cache) - Flash the latest version of this ROM - Flash recommended GAPPS linked below - Reboot and ENJOY!!