Homemade GIMBAL. How gimbal works? Pulchowk ENGINEERING Exhibition,LOCUS Project. How to make gimbal

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Homemade GIMBAL. How gimbal works? Pulchowk ENGINEERING Exhibition, LOCUS Project. How to make gimbal?

gimbal is a pivoted support that allows the rotation of an object about a single axis. A set of three gimbals, one mounted on the other with orthogonal pivot axes, may be used to allow an object mounted on the innermost gimbal to remain independent of the rotation of its support ( vertical in the first animation). For example, on a ship, the gyroscopes, shipboard compasses, stoves, and even drink holders typically use gimbals to keep them upright with respect to the horizon despite the ship's pitching and rolling.

The gimbal suspension used for mounting compasses and the like is sometimes called a Cardan suspension after Italian mathematician and physicist Gerolamo Cardano (1501–1576) who described it in detail. However, Cardano did not invent the gimbal, nor did he claim to. The device has been known since antiquity, first described in the 3rd c. BC by Philo of Byzantium, although some modern authors support it may not have a single identifiable inventor.[1][2]

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LOCUS Pulchowk Campus. Locus 2020. Science and Technology Exhibition.

LOCUS is an umbrella organization led by undergraduate students of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering departments from IOE, Pulchowk Campus. All activities are guided by a single compass: fostering collaboration.

Since its inception in 2003, LOCUS has provided a platform for young innovators from schools and colleges all over Nepal to showcase their skill and knowledge. It organizes an annual 3-day festival, where participants from different corners of Nepal compete under different categories for prizes and glory.
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