Servo Magazine ( February 2016 )
Let Me Give You a Hand
Just as opposable thumbs set us apart from other animals, having the fingers on the hands of your character move in a lifelike manner will set your props apart from the rest of the pack.
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Under the “Let’s Make It Move!” section in the article, I wanted to add this option: to use a recordable servo controller like the one offered by ServoCity and shown in the photo here. It can record the movements of up to four servos and then play them back. Just like when using the Parallax board for both hands, you will need to pair up the pinky and ring finger servos.