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Someone suggested I put a camera on my head and filmed some comparison footage.
Tweet this video: http://bit.ly/hp7GI3
I had already filmed this video, and my daughter is cuter. Isn't she a good sport? We had another rooster in a cage on the floor behind her, hence her 2 chicken comment. My favorite part is when she lets me put the chicken on her head and acts as if everything is perfectly normal. I'm trying to teach her the concept of "performing a test". She's getting is pretty well. We're starting to test matchbox cars to see which is the fastest and things like that.
if you are interested in helping us via a microscholarship (very micro) contact me for more info.
Also, after seeing my "design" another user, Jeremiahjw was inspired to create his own chicken steadicam. His video can be seen here:
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