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I'm working on a product that requires tracking with two sets of servos. One set the camera is attached to and moves left and right and the other up and down (X and Y).
I have another set of servos also X and Y that i want to follow or shadow the same motion as the camera servos.

I've tried everything in EZB that I could think of to try and get this to work. I added multiservo within the setup of the tracking to no avail. I end up with the shadow servos barely moving or moving to an extreme position and staying there. I need to understand the ratio setting better, but I tried all types of numbers and fractions and still no results. I also tried relative servo and got the same results. They seem similar and I think they were basically doing the same thing as in the tracking window.

Its pretty important that i get this to work. Even if i have to create (ha i mean copy) a script to get the function
fxrtst
Commented October 2014
I'd love too as I'm just beaming to show off this endevour, but I can't yet reveal anything about it. Trademark, copyright and patients still out. But should be done soon.

I'm putting the finishing touches on it and hope to release information about it here first, in the next few weeks. I would love input from everyone in regards to adding programming and other ideas before I go live on Kickstarter. I built this with the intension of marketing it around the EZB. So this community should see it first.
DJ Sures
Commented October 2014
That's intriguing!

The main servos for the camera, do thye have a "speed" adjusted to them?
fxrtst
Commented October 2014
No, they didn't have any speed added to them at the beginning of this thread. I only just added them to get the results I now have.
DJ Sures
Commented October 2014
Both the main servos and the secondary servos have no speed set to them?
fxrtst
Commented October 2014
The master servos DO have speed set to them. The slaves do not. But the incremental steps is set high (7) to make the slaves move faster. Then I slowed down the masters with setting up a speed controller for both of them.
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Avatarfxrtst
Asked on Tuesday, October 14, 2014