The Qwiic Ideation Kit is here to spark new ideas for projects, along with a kit perfect for practicing your soldering skills.
Using encoder feedback to control two DC motors, this robot is self-correcting!
Helium joins us today to talk about jumpstarting their new, nationwide IoT network.
Let's take a look at some of our favorite tutorials to help you learn at home!
A new RTC Module that utilizes the RV-8803 is available, along with a new version of the SIK Refill Pack.
During this time of social distancing and quarantine, we're all stuck in confined spaces. Let's learn something new while we're at it!
Like most of us here at SparkFun, many of you are navigating working from home. Here's a snapshot of how it's going from our perspective.
With schools still closed, some for the rest of the school year, we’ve gathered up some of our favorite resources into one handy spot to help you with switching to learning at home.
The new Qwiic TMP102 Temperature Sensor is here, along with a whole line of Binho products!
Facing the daunting task of wiring together 192 of the same I2C sensor inspired a creative solution.
InspectAR joins us today with a look into their easy PCB design tool.
Congratulations to the winners of the Hackster machine learning contest!
Two new Raspberry Pi 4 Basic Kits are available today, along with a new carrier board and kit for micro:bit.
Comparing analog and digital temperature sensors TMP36, TMP102 and TMP117. Which is better?
Here's a brief rundown and a couple of examples to help get you thinking about how you might incorporate movement into your next project using servos.
The JetBot Kit v2.0 was released earlier this week, but we also have two new Thermocouple Amps and Current Sensor Breakouts available!
It hasn't been quite a decade since the release of the Raspberry Pi platform, but it was definitely the hardware project that dominated the 2010s for us. For today's post I'd love the reminisce and review the big story.
The newest version of the robotics kit powered by Jetson Nano is now available!
Check out this behind-the-scenes look at Open Hardware Summit’s two different badges.