1. This slider is based on the Igus Drylin slider.
    I was inspired by another video here on Vimeo, vimeo.com/12120373.

    But, I decided to take it a step further.

    Sample video here: vimeo.com/38747342 A bit slow speed on the slide, but you get to see how it works.

    Power: 12v lead acid battery
    An on/off switch was added.
    I used a 12v DC/DC adapter with voltage control to control the motors speed. This way, I am able to control the speed in incremental values.
    Example: At max output (12v) the motor drags the camera across the slider rail in about 8 minutes.
    At 6v it uses twice that, about 16 minutes.
    The lowest setting on the adapter is 1.5v, which gives a ride that lasts over an hour.

    Everything built into plastic casing.

    I used the same motor as STYLE43, a 2rpm 12v DC motor.
    Fishing line was also used to pull the car on the rail.

    An intervalometer (timer remote) is used to control the exposure interval (and amount, if needed).

    Music: Sheridan Tongue - Symphony of Light

    Shots:
    Video: Canon EOS 7D / EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L
    Timelapse: Canon EOS 5D / EF 17-40 f/4 L and GoPro HD Hero.

    Sorry for glitchy video and sensor dust spots. Wont happen next time.

    Featured on the great diyphotography.net blog!
    http://www.diyphotography.net/automating-your-slider-for-about-20-bucks

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  2. Special note:A feature length version of Path of Blood is in production! Head to my website for more information. I am also accepting donations to help with the funding, with numerous perks. If you are interested head to:
    http://www.ericpowerup.net

    When a lone samurai sets his course towards the path of blood, unknown dangers and terror awaits. Will his great swordsmanship be enough to survive the treacherous demon lord and his minions? Path of Blood is a highly stylized paper animated short film that promises more paper cuts than you can handle.
    Animated/Directed by Eric Power
    http://www.ericpowerup.net
    Original score by Many Birthdays!
    http://www.manybirthdays.net

    # vimeo.com/22444635 Uploaded 99.3K Plays 93 Comments
  3. Vimeo Staff Pick

    Pizza Verdi (2012)

    **WINNER "CORTI CORTISSIMI" BEST SHORT 2012 SALENTO FINIBUS TERRAE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL** Brindisi Province - Italy

    **WINNER of the 2012 GO SHORT | BiosAGENDA ONLINE FILM COMPETITION in the NETHERLANDS**

    **WINNER "Best Short Screenplay" 2012 SAN MARINO FiLM FESTIVAL - SAN MARINO, ITALY**

    **WINNER "Director's Choice" 2012 CHRONOS FILM FESTIVAL - Albuquerque, New Mexico**

    **WINNER "First Place" 2013 MCNY 4th ANNUAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL"

    ** ONE SHOW 2012 NYC - SHORTLIST**

    ** SXSW Vimeo Loves by Vimeo Staff **

    One Screen is the original film festival for the creative community by the creative community. It's the premiere festival that unites the film and advertising world on One Screen.

    **OFFICIAL SELECTION of the 2012 ATHENS INTERNATIONAL FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL

    A short film by Gary Nadeau

    running time: 7 minutes 42 seconds

    Featuring MARIE ZAMORA and NORM LEWIS (2012 Tony Nominee - Outstanding Actor in a Musical - Porgy & Bess)

    A seemingly routine pizza delivery escalates into a tense game of cat-and-mouse. Giuseppe Verdi provides the soundtrack for this quintessential New York tale.

    Written & Directed by Gary Nadeau
    Starring Maria Zamora and Norm Lewis
    Produced by Alain Boublil & Gary Nadeau
    Director of Photography Ben Jacks
    Gaffer | Grip Chris Cummings
    AC & Additional Photography Jason Koontz
    Sound Design Sean Garnhart
    Edited by Gary Nadeau
    Grading Deluxe NYC
    Titles: Gary Nadeau

    MUSIC:

    "CARO NOME" from the Opera "RIGOLETTO" by GIUSEPPE VERDI performed by MARIE ZAMORA

    "GREATEST" by DOX music video courtesy of ROBERT E. HOLLEY for GRAVE SHIFT STUDIOS

    Special thanks to: Stefan Boublil, Michael Jackman, DOX, Robert E. Holley and Erin Nadeau.

    © HEROIC PICTURES, INC 2011

    visit us at pizzaverdifilm.com
    or garynadeau.com
    twitter.com/garynadeau

    Pizza Verdi was shot on a Canon 5DMKII over a two day period.

    facebook.com/pages/Director-Gary-Nadeau/106836899345105

    # vimeo.com/24831714 Uploaded 96.4K Plays 184 Comments

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