Open Moco

  • Version

    0.82
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    July 26th, 2010
  • Author

    Open Moco Team
  • License

    GPL License Version 3 (?)
  • Description

    The OpenMoco system is an open-source software and hardware motion control system for time-lapse photographers and videographers. We also strive to provide an open environment for the photographic community to discuss all types of motion control and contribute free and open software and hardware designs for all types of photography.

    The OpenMoco Engine components run on the low-cost AVR-based Arduino hardware platform, while the OpenMoco Interfaces can run on anything from specialized touch-screen interfaces to PCs, laptops, and netbooks, and the OpenMoco Elements are specialized hardware constructs designed to make motion control easy and affordable. The elements include everything from pre-built motor axis units, to DIY designs for building your own exposure control systems, etc.

  • Platforms Supported

    WindowsMacLinux
  • Website

Open Moco

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