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Wii Steering Wheel Camera Stabilizer: HOW TO BUILD (ASP) FULL HD

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Published on Jan 2, 2013

http://www.gameanyone.com

Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/)

This is "How To" build the Wii Steering Wheel Controller for your
camera.

PARTS NEEDED:

1) Wii Steering Wheel Controller
2) Mini Ball Head
3) Small 1/4" (Quarter Inch) Screw and Washer

TOOLS NEEDED:

1) Electric Hand Drill
2) 1/4" (Quarter Inch) Drill Bit
3) Permanent Marker

HOW TO BUILD:

Make sure you get all the parts and tools first. If under the age of
18, make sure an adult helps and supervises the build.

Get a permanent marker and make a small mark on the bridge of the Wii
Steering Wheel Controller. Do your best to place that mark in the
middle of the bridge.

Get the electric hand drill and attach a 1/4" (Quarter Inch) drill bit.
Drill a quarter inch hole on the mark of the bridge.

Attach the Mini Ball Head, 1/4" (Quarter Inch) screw, and washer to the
Wii Steering Wheel Controller. And you're done!

Attach a camera on the stabilizer and take it for a test spin.


This is made famous by Scott of thefrugalfilmmaker.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE ORIGINAL VIDEO:
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8aBlO...)



TAGS
Wii, steering, wheel, controller, mini, camera, stabilizer,
thefrugalfilmmaker, review, impressions, how to, point-and-shoot,
camcorder, Flip cam, film, making, cheap, budget, friendly,
inexpensive, frugal

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