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If you're into photography and would like to take that skill to the next level, you'll have to invest in some professional equipment. Well, if you want to take your photography game up a notch and be on the cutting edge, you might want to look into Polaris. It's a remote-controlled electric tripod head.

That means that by using a smartphone app, you can program the tripod head to follow objects in the sky, reposition itself, and even motion control live-action video, all without touching the tripod itself! If you're interested, just head over to their Kickstarter and check out the campaign.

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