Need help with colour sensor controlling motors

I've search google for a way to control servos and steppers with a colour sensor module (TCS3200), but i couldn't find any.

That's because a colour sensor can't control motors of any type.
You need to put some software in the middle.

AWOL:
That's because a colour sensor can't control motors of any type.
You need to put some software in the middle.

what kind of software?

Software that reads the colour sensors, processes the data according to your specifications, and set outputs to drive motors.

the only software i am using is arduino ide

tokkongneedhelp:
the only software i am using is arduino ide

Yeah well what AWOL's getting at, is that in the ide you have to write a program to read the sensor, digest the input and decide what the motors should do, then tell them to do that; then upload that to the Arduino.

JimboZA:
Yeah well what AWOL's getting at, is that in the ide you have to write a program to read the sensor, digest the input and decide what the motors should do, then tell them to do that; then upload that to the Arduino.

But first, you have to specify what it is you want the software to do.

I want the color sensor to run this code when it detects the object, but I don’t know where to start.

#include <Servo.h>

Servo grib;
Servo elbow;
Servo shoulder;
Servo rotate;
 int up = 60;
 int down = 90;
 int Open = 160;
 int Close = 100;
 int forward = 60;
 int backward = 120;
 int Mleft = 0;
 int Mright = 90;
 int col = A0 ;
 int Vcol ;
 
void setup() {
  grib.attach(9);
  elbow.attach(8);
  shoulder.attach(7);
  rotate.attach(6);
  grib.write(100);
  elbow.write(90);
  shoulder.write(120);
  pinMode(A0, INPUT);
  rotate.write(0);
}

void loop() {
/*
  delay(2000);
  shoulder.write(forward);
  elbow.write(down);
  delay(1000);
  grib.write(Open);
  delay(1000);
  grib.write(Close);
  delay(1000);
  elbow.write(up);
  shoulder.write(backward);
*/
 
/*
  rotate.write(Mleft);
  delay(2000);
  rotate.write(Mright);
  Vcol = analogRead(col);
  
  if(Vcol < 340) //example R box is at the most left )
  {
     rotate.write(Mright - 30);
   }
   else if( Vcol > 681 )
   {
      rotate.write(Mright + 30);
    }
    else
    {
        rotate.write(Mright);
      }
  delay(3000);
*/

}

The colour sensor cannot run code.
You need to write code to run on the Arduino to read the sensor values, define what "detects the object" means in terms of those readings, and then construct a condition that allows the code you posted to be executed.

Have you got code to read the sensor?

It should be quite simple, because the code in "loop()" that you posted does nothing at all, so everything you need is in "setup()"

@tokkongneedhelp, I think you need to back up a bit and start with these tutorials.

Any kind of microprocessor application works in fundamentally the same way: read some input, digest it and decide what to do, do that. So you need to start with how to structure an Arduino sketch to do that in a general sense and then move to the specifics of your project. (IMO)