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A breadboard definitely makes it a bit easier to make the connections - at least on a temporary basis.In the code you'll see the lines:pPan = 23pTilt = 24which define the GPIO pins that the pan and tilt servos will connect to for the control signal. (You also have the red/black connections that are used to power the servos as well.)That said, I don't know if the RPIO library used in this code will work with the Pi3. I know some work has been done on it, but I don't know if they fixed the compatibility with the newer RasPi boards yet or not.
Pan / Tilt face tracking with the raspberry pi
Pipe table lamp with cement base
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