Now, time to wire everything up, download the program, and test her out!
I'll tell you how everything is connected one component at a time. Refer to the pictures to get a better idea of how it should look (if it's a rats nest of wires... you're on the right track).
Motor battery: Hook up positive and negative to the positive and negative power rails on the far side of the breadboard (see picture 2).Grounds: Take a jumper wire and attach the grounds of both power rails together (see picture 3). IMPORTANT, DON'T FORGET
5 volt power supply: Attach a jumper from 5V on the Arduino to the power rail on the breaboard closest to the Arduino.
Servo motors: Attach the left motor with the red and black wires going to the 5 volt power rail and ground respectively. Then, attach the white wire of the left servo to pin 10, the right one to pin 11, and the PING))) sensor panning servo to pin 6.
PING))) sensor: Either use the included cable and attach male-to-male jumpers to that, or use separate male-to-female jumpers to make the following connections: connect the pin on the PING))) that says 5V to the 5 volt rail... connect the pin that is labelled GND to either ground rail... and finally connect the one labelled "SIG" to pin 7 on the Arduino.
I think that's everything... well, if it doesn't work you can yell at me in the comments because I probably forgot something. The wiring will look like a total rats nest, if you want it to look a little neater you can use male to male header pins like the setup I used in the video.
UPDATE: I have made a mistake, thanks to faroos7 for pointing it out! Also, in the code you'll notice a variable named irPin, which is set to 0. That's part of another project, and you can feel free to delete that variable.
To get her going, download the attached Arduino program, run it, and it should have behavior similar to that in the video at the beginning of this Instructable. If it works, congratulations, you're done! If not, tell me the problem in the comments and I'll do my best to help you.
If you want to do more experiments with Arduino on the breadboard, check out sciguy14's Arduino tutorials on Youtube! They're very well done, and they're how I learned originally. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA567CE235D39FA84&feature=plcp
I hope my Instructable helped you, this is my first one and so I appreciate any feedback you can give. Please vote for me in the Arduino contest as well! Bye!