Chicken’s head as a camera-stabilization mount

Don’t have an anti-shake camera stabilizer in your camera? Have a chicken handy? Great! Just strap your cam to its head and watch as nature’s image stabilization service does all the work. According to the video, motion processors use an inertial measurement unit, which senses motion (rate, type and direction) and compensates for it. Chickens have a pretty advanced version.

So writes Gizmodo. CLICK ON THE IMAGE to see the video.

The experimenter did a follow-up demonstration.

(Thanks to investigators Bruce Petschek and Marc Fields for bringing this to our attention)

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