I guess you need a certain amount of poles to make it work then.
what is the ideal amount of poles, and can you limit the current through the software or a resistor ?
I'm guessing this is the way forward with camera gimbals , and once an ideal configuration is realized it could be ridiculously cheap to make.
So far basically any motor configuration can be used, most prefer 24n24p because the cogging is reduced. Lower KV the better as well.
The current is limited by the software, you tune it so it can hold its position fine without running hot.
i fear i may have to eat my words after previously saying this was an expensive gimmick that would not be as good as servo,s ...... all looks very impressive.
Now wish i had the skills and patience to something like a brushless gimball
With motors being as cheap as $20 ( depending on setup, ) controllers from $50 to $150 and a gimbal frame chances are yes your gonna
Once they get it all sorted out ( early days ) then it will be available in kit form soon enough.