Servo Pan-Tilt Assembly and First Use

I’ve been working on something interesting involving a laser, the pyMCU, and this pan-tilt assembly from Servocity.  Here’s the basic assembly in action – certainly an improvement over my “Python-head man” contraption.

The servos are controlled using a pyMCU board, which I’ve been experimenting with quite a bit.  In this trial, I used the code directly from the “Python-head” experiment, which basically just makes a styrofoam “head” nod in different directions.  As for how the pan-tilt assembly goes together (in glorious time-lapse), check out the video below of everything being assembled:

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5 Comments.

  1. Why did you not publish the Visual Basic source code? I am really annoyed when people publish projects and don’t include the Visual Basic

  2. How to Easily Connect a Hobby Servo to a Breadboard - pingback on February 2, 2013 at 10:39 am

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