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+5 1. Thanos commented 5 years ago

Okay, this is both brilliant and ludicrous... maybe also a tad bit disturbing... =P
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+4 2. BloodBeast commented 5 years ago

Personally I don't have any problem with jostling in bars, but I still *definitely* want one of those. Is it genuine? These days with Photoshop who knows...?
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+7 3. dave9191 commented 5 years ago

#2 I don't think it's a real product that they are trying to develop. It's probably just a camera gyroscopic stabilizer modified for this viral vid.
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+7 4. tomthecabinboy commented 5 years ago

Would have liked to see him walking.
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+2 5. dvandok commented 5 years ago

0:39 where did his right hand go? Oops. And "Hahn academy"? That's a dead givaway isn't it?

But more importantly, would you really want this? The beer stays in one place while you move back and forth. So it doesn't even follow you when you move off the dance floor :-(.
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0 6. LaPeste commented 5 years ago

if the dancer moves away from the range of the articulated arm... oops ! :D
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0 7. s1nn0cence commented 5 years ago

#3 it's called gimbal, look it up. Videographers are using it the most for it's image stabilisation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gimbal
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+6 8. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

That device can't keep somebody's elbow from knocking the glass off of the holder or just stealing the beer for themselves. :D