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Hello Sarthak, technically, this project can be made using any microcontroller which supports serial communication and PWM outputs. However, this particular writeup can be replicated on any device with the Arduino footprint.
Hello Rahul, apologies for the delay. I hope your doubts were clarified! If not, please feel free to ask!
Thanks a lot, Anthony!
The breadboard is not really a necessity for the project, I just used the Arduino Breadboard Shield because it has 5 Vcc and 5 Ground Pins.
I needed two of each, because I'm powering the servo as well as the sensor from the Arduino, and the board itself provides only one pin for Vcc. Essentially, the Vcc was just shorted to two more pins according to the schematic. You can do the same by a number of different ways, I just chose to go by the breadboard method. I hope this clears your query!
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