We've reworked our micro:bit breakouts to include Qwiic! Don't forget to check out the latest from SparkX, too!
No need for a multimeter - just build a component tester yourself with a Redboard and Flowcode!
Trading cards are all the rage right now and we made a quick project on how best to display your favorites.
Nathan is going to be at FAB16 this August! Get your tickets now.
Three new FTDI starter kits are now available, along with a new sub-micro sized servo!
SparkX is pushing out new, experimental products. Check them out!
Small batch PCB orders are now within everyone’s reach. But if you’re moving past the prototype stage, you want your boards to do more than work well. You also want them to look good. As always, SparkFun is here to help.
Check out this DIY, TinyML-based electrocardiogram!
The new RTK Express released this week, along with new machine learning products and a way to connect an original NES controller to Qwiic!
See the full prototyping process of building a wireless system for business applications from the experts at Tincubate!
An upgraded version of the RTK Surveyor is now available for pre-order!
A new 1D/2D Barcode Scanner is here, along with Raspberry Pi's new PoE+ HAT!
The Internet of Things is now ubiquitous, but even twenty two years after its introduction, much of it, even the simplest parts, remain much less customizable than many of us would like. Luckily, most of us (yes, you!) can do something about that.
From Teletubbies to noodles - a game that navigates through Wikipedia from one topic to another on the MicroMod ecosystem.
Join us as we explore and “detect” the possibilities of LiDAR with Elektor.
Raspberry Pi is back with a surprise announcement!
We have a new Qwiic 6DoF Breakout, Cryptographic Co-Processor, OBD-II Dev Module and more!
Register for our second AI Workshop - Use the MicroMod Machine Learning Carrier Board and the Nordic nRF52840 MicroMod Processor to train and deploy your own machine learning model
Watch a live, hands on tour SparkFun Inventor's Kit and the projects inside, this Saturday!
In The Princess Bride, Westley explains to Buttercup that the name is the important thing for inspiring the necessary fear. Well, the creepy head doesn’t need any help in that department, but we decided to give it a name anyway.