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Servo Motor Control for Robotics on Arduino!

December 13, 2013

We are very excited to dip our toe into the wonderful world of robotics!  For now, we have an analog feedback servo and micro servo working using the Adafruit Motor Stepper Servo Shield for Arduino.  

Some good advice is to get the basic building blocks of your project done.  So if you can get the servo to move back and forth, it will not take much to get it to do something when something else happens...such as a motion sensor trigger, temperature change, etc.

Here is a step by step video showing everything from unboxing the Adafruit Motor Stepper Servo Shield to getting the sketch running on an Arduino! 

 




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