October 05, 2012

Tutorial: Synchronous servo control with Arduino

 Chris at the pyroelectro blog has documented how to use more than one servo with an Arduino - which doesn't sound anything new. However in his tutorial he shows how to control them both individually and in synchronisation (at the same time). Apart from this we also receive a good lesson on how servos work and what it takes to drive them. Here's a quick example of them in action:

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