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Laser Pointer Controlled with PC Mouse [Project]
posted December 20 2013 12:42.56 by spic0m




Chirag Nagpal created a laser pointer controlled through PC mouse using an arduino and two servo motors. Running a Python script that uses the xlib library to get the current position of the mouse and then to Arduino for guiding the servos where to aim.





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