Have you not heard?
It was my understanding that everyone had heard the news about a certain new ornithological 3D print.
A camera accesory of certain avian variety.
Birdie is a set composed by a camera case and holders for your Mokacam. It looks great if you put it on your desktop, or hook it to a branch or lamp. You can choose thanks to the interchangeable legs, with even more option coming in the future!
Press Birdie's crest to take a photo or use the ports and buttons, as those are not disrupted by the case.
For further customization, you can print different parts using different colours! Want a Twitter look for your #tweetpics? A parakeet or a parrot for summer could be great! Or maybe a surveillance raven? You will not run out of ideas again, nevermore!
You can take a look at the pictures for assembly instructions. In written form, you just have to:
- Print all the parts.
- Mount Birdie's beak (drop some glue if you want better results).
- Insert the Mokacam into Birdie's frame.
- Use the printed nut to hold a leg.
- Tighten the nut so Birdie can grip the camera.
Supports are required, but I embedded my own which give a very good result at 0.15mm layer height.
Of course, there's also a clean version so you can use your own.
Now, smile and look at the birdie!