If you use servos instead of motors, you don't need any special driver hardware (they are just controlled from a PWM analog output pin).Depending how many servos you need to control, it may be difficult to drive them all from a single Arduino (difficult but not impossible - but adding multiple Arduinos might be an easier problem to solve than multiplexing servo outputs).
That looks good. Ill check around for those servos. how about bread-boarding? any idea how that would work?
Can you explain that a little more? Im very new to this.
I cant find a servo shield thats still in production.
would those 2 motors work well for my purpose or would you suggest something else?
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