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Facial Recognition Ferris Wheel @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

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Excellent project by Spivey published on Hackster.io.

The Lego Ferris wheel

For the Ferris wheel itself, we decided to go with this Lego kit. It took about 7 hours or so to complete. This kit has an optional add-on motor, but we decided to create our own solution.

Driving the motor

We used a high torque DC motor to turn the wheel, and the L293D motor driver to drive the motor. Click here to read in depth about how we set this up, along with a basic code snippet for making the motor turn. We’ll build upon this code later in this article, when we add in MQTT functionality to listen for Commands.

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