Thanks for the nice link. Jim Lipari helped me when I first started using Cirkut Cameras, which ended up being how I made a living in photography. Cirkut shooters were mostly a very secretive bunch since they had a unique niche and didn't want competition.
Jim was quite an experimenter and made a lot of panoramic cameras. I seem to recall some late ones his grandson showed me that were not based on existing bodies. He was best known for his electric motor conversions of the old wind up Cirkut Cameras, and for calculating and machining pinion gears for them.
This would be fun to play with if you could make it work since 35mm film is cheap and scanning makes it simpler than in the old days. The 10" film for my old Cirkut Cameras is kind of expensive and inconvenient these days.