Arduino Gimbal(Camera Stabilization)

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Hey all,

In this project i have tried to explain how to make Gimbal by using Arduino....

Basicallly i have used MPU-6050 Gyro/Accelerometer Sensör.

For the motor control, i have used sg90 Servo Motors (In order to make this project with least cheap and basic components). However, i recommend that use better servo motors for not vibrating and better performance....

Required Materiels:

x1 Arduino Nano

x1 MPU-6050

x2 Servo motor

x1 Breadboard

9v battery or any powerbank


In order to built chassis ,you can watch the video (i have prepared video for the construction phase )

After you finished the circuit,chassis etc... You can upload the code.

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Here we can upload Codes,

I have uploaded the codes here and also you can reach library , from here :Click Here.

Note that, there are two variable in the code as "x" and "y". You doN't have to use them. I used them to make stabilization of servo motors.
As i have mentioned before, these sg90 servo motors are terrible :) You have to be carefull about calibration of chassis and servo motors...

If you guys like my projects and if they help, please LIKE my videos so that i understand they are helpful and keep going for new projects :)

If any question or suggestion, here or on YouTube channel please... Good Luck, Have Fun! Sorry for my English if i made mistakes :/

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