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Animation Showing How the Canon 10D and 24-85mm Lens are Assembled

This animation was created by students of the Engineering 128: Advanced Engineering Design Graphics course at UC Berkeley during the Spring 2008 semester. The first part shows a Canon 10D DSLR exploding into its individual parts, and then those parts coming together again to slowly rebuild the camera, while the second part does the same for a Canon 24-85mm lens. Pretty dang impressive considering that it’s for an undergraduate course.


 
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  • http://www.tyleringram.com Tyler

    That is pretty neat. Looks like it was made with SolidWorks or something.
    Wonder if it could be used to sorta help self-serve repairs ;)

  • http://twitter.com/HappyTinfoilCat Happy Tinfoil Cat

    I can guarantee it is not assembled like that. Very nice animated exploded view though.

  • http://twitter.com/kombizz kombizz

    I loved the work of these talented students – lovely work, nice relaxing music – Good luck to all of these hard working students and all other students around the world who try to construct something positive.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joakim.bidebo Joakim Bidebo

    Very neat animation but the camera wont work tho. They missed to animate all the cables.

  • http://twitter.com/breningstall Jeremy Breningstall

    What I’m more impressed by is the fact that they were able to build a time machine and go back to 2003 when the 10D was being built.

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