Radian is a move-shoot-move device, which means that it will trigger the camera, move, then repeat. This is so images do not come out blurry or fuzzy due to Radian moving during shots.  

Radian 2 will have the ability to sync with other Radians over Bluetooth and synchronize motor movements in order to avoid image blur as well.  If you have a Radian 1 and are attempting to create a multiple axis shot, you simply need to make sure to start the your time-lapse settings (with matching movement interval) at the same time as each other Radian in the shoot: again, this will ensure that there is no movement when the camera is triggered to take a picture.

An example of this process is attached below (cycle repeated until time-lapse is finished).