Very nicely done, and available online from Shapeways http://www.shapeways.com/model/207257/3_axis_camera_gimbal_for_gopro__back_cage_.html?gid=ug5911 http://www.shapeways.com/model/207259/3_axis_camera_gimbal_for_gopro__lid_.html?gid=sg5911 http://www.shapeways.com/model/207261/gopro_pan_tilt__servoframe_.html?gid=sg5911 http://www.shapeways.com/model/207262/3_axis_camera_gimbal_for_gopro__mounting_arm_.html?gid=sg5911 uses 2 servos and a elevon or v-tail mix super simple, works in horizontal (perfect on the front of a Tri-copter) and in vertical modes (Under a Quad or Hex) Many of the New controler boards have outputs for a stablised camera gimbal. to use this one you will need to add a v-tail mix board From the Designer Current status: This is still work in progress - the current version has been slightly improved from the version in the video (I strengthened some of the elastic parts and improved the balancing). The gyro control board is my own design and currently not available yet. I will post an update once it is. The IMU is my design as well, and is available here. You are welcome to order this design now, but be aware that it's still somewhat "beta". Whatever you do with it is entirely your own risk and responsibility, I unfortunately cannot make any claims towards its usefulness, stability or safety... I would recommend, before you put this on a flying contraption, consider using a safety string to attach the camera to the plane somehow. GoPro cameras are very robust inside their waterproof case, but not quite so robust without that protection. They don't like crashing into the ground (and trust me, I know - as is probably obvious from the picture of my camera... in all fairness, it did mostly survive...) For the complete kit you have to order the back cage, the front lid, the servo cage and the mounting arm. The bearing at the top is a 16mm outer, 8mm inner diameter ball bearing, available from many places. Hobbyking sells those as well. I will possibly modify the mounting bracket in the future and also offer one with a smaller bearing... this one is total overkill! The servos that will fit are the MKS DS470 (available e.g. from Hobbyking). They do have a little play, but they are very smooth and by far the fastest servo I've seen in that size and price class. I'm still on the lookout for different servos that might be a bit smoother. -- Update: Seems the MKS has too much gain for the yaw axis, and tends to oscillate a bit with all that weight swinging around. They are fine for the Pitch/Roll arms. I'm still looking for a small servo with high speed, smoothness and no (or little) play... Suggestions are of course welcome!! -- The servos are still a very tight fit into the control arms and the bracket. I already made it a bit larger, but still not enough. What works quite well is to carefully push it on just a little (best to put the arms onto a flat surface, and gently push the servo in just a bit to align). Then use a screw (maybe with a washer to spread the force), and slowly pull the arm onto the crown. You only have to do that once, it'll be a tight, smooth fit afterwards.