Chicken Image Stabilizer

Photographers, you don't need to spend a lot of money on an image stabilizer -just use a chicken's head!
According to the video, motion processors use an inertial measurement unit, which senses motion (rate, type and direction) and compensates for it. Chickens have a pretty advanced version.

It's funny, too! Link (embedded YouTube video) -Thanks, bactac!

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I think all birds do it in order to more easily detect prey. Watch a pigeon walk, or a bird on a branch in a wind; their eyes only move when they have to. Very effective feedback system, though.
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