I have been wanting to automize the 123D Catch app for a long time and since I wasn’t working on anything I decided to do that. I was actually going to make an object scanner but for some reason I made a room scanner. It moves around a pivot point and takes pictures using a stylus pen and a servo. I made it with LittleBits so that it would be easier for me to make it however I will make another one with an actual servo and Arduino etc.
The code for the Arduino module is available in my website – www.tna-designs.com – http://tuna.sb.com.tr/?p=410
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1724740
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