Help us celebrate Edison's Birthday this week!
The chief function of the body is to carry the brain around.
- Thomas A. Edison
Simblee is here!
Bringing Bluetooth Low Energy to every day projects using your smartphone and Arduino.
Join Shawn for an Intel Edison Q&A
What: Questions and discusstion on Intel Edison
Where: Twitter @ShawnHymel
When: 11:00 am, Thursday, Feb 11, 2016
Why: Wearables, IoT, robotics, all things Edison!
We celebrate Edison's 169th birthday and release a kit around Intel's Edison and a sale on Edison products.
Regardless of which side you are on for the War of Currents, we wanted to give a nod to the namesake of Intel’s tiny computer. That’s right, today is Thomas Edison’s birthday. To celebrate we’re officially releasing the Edison SIK as well as having our largest sale on Edison products yet starting now and ending at midnight MST on 2/12/2016. Check out the items at the bottom of the post.
It’s Edison’s 169th birthday. Have a cake.
Back in December, we announced the Edison SIK and said that we were taking pre-orders. Well, the wait is finally over. We have parts in and ready to go. We are flipping the switch. Edison SIKs will begin shipping!
The Edison has been quite popular among people wanting a full, headless computer in a small package. We have seen a number of great projects made with it:
But wait, there’s more! I will be hosting a Twitter hangout today from 11am - 12pm, MST to help answer your Edison-related questions. Keep an eye on my Twitter feed and feel free to ask some questions.
What: Twitter Q&A session Where: @ShawnHymel When: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MST, February 11, 2016 Why: To help you get started with the Edison!
A handy compendium of all our favorite (free!) Edison resources.
We built a mirror using the Intel Edison, an LCD, and a gesture sensor.
It's a big week at SparkFun. Let's start this thing off right.
A whole new line of BLE Internet of Things products are ripe for the picking!
It always starts the same; I get an amazing new device or technology dumped in my lap. Then sets in the reality of doing my job.
Some surprising findings about a recent product release