Arduino Laser Turret Made with XOD Visual Programming Environment | #arduino #ide @xodlang
This is a simple pan-tilt project from Afrotechmods that is a good example of how to use the XOD visual IDE to program an Arduino Uno to drive a servo motor:
A tutorial on what servos are, how they work, and how to use them. Then I build a laser turret using a pan-tilt servo kit and an Arduino Uno. The Arduino is programmed with XOD, a free visual programming language.
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