Let's take a closer look into everything that was released yesterday. We also have a new RPi4 case!
Raspberry Pi has introduced the world to their brand new microcontroller, and we are happy to incorporate it into some new boards of our own, as well.
Smart beds are a things, yes, but when they break they can get a little dumb.
At SparkFun, we’ve worked with numerous drone companies to help them find GPS, distance sensing, tracking and communication, and other hardware to meet their needs.
A new nRF52840 Processor and Weather Carrier boards expand the offerings of the MicroMod ecosystem!
The WE-I Plus EVB is the perfect solution for computer/machine vision or AI endpoint.
We look forward into the new year and start planning what to make! What about you?
Two new FPGA boards are now available with some new, flexible Qwiic cables!
Join us as we re-enjoy some of our favorite past tutorials and projects.
Thank you for laughing with us during 2020... We all needed it.
My friend's young son's latest obsession became my latest project, with a salvaged stepper motor, a couple of servos, and a bit of ingenuity.
Two versions of the ESP32 WROOM Module are available as standalone ICs, along with a new BLE USB adapter and some bumpers. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We take a look back at the five years of 2020 and our favorite posts and products!
We've updated our Qwiic Connect Ecosystem information page to make it easier to find what you're looking for.
With our recent partnership with Sensirion, we wanted to take a look at the products and boards we offer as well as some projects and tutorials!
As we take some time off, we wish you a happy and healthy holiday!
Jesse is back again today to talk about his latest accomplishment in robotics!
On December 11, we hosted an Ask Me Anything livestream with Dustin Franklin from NVIDIA to answer your most pressing Jetson Nano questions.
The new SparkFun Qwiic pHAT Extension for Raspberry Pi 400 is shipping! Add Qwiic boards and stack HATs with ease. Make sure to stick around for the new IQAudio Boards from Raspberry Pi, as well!
Building a network of temperature monitors through an IoT app.