SparkFun at CES 2024

From mind-blowing gadgets to DIY dreams, CES 2024 was an epic experience and SparkFun was happy to be there!

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Another CES has come and gone, and the SparkFun team is back with new memories and ideas to take into the future. This year's event was bigger and (quite frankly) brighter than ever, with cutting-edge tech from all corners of the globe on display. From innovative gadgets to thought-provoking prototypes, CES 2024 showcased what's in store for all of us in the very near future.

A Maker's Look at CES 2024 with SparkFun!

It was the first CES that SparkFun has been able to attend since the pandemic and it was such an amazing experience. Booths were a buzz with activity, as attendees eager to explore the latest in electronics, tools, and educational resources discussed what was being presented. The AI and Machine Learning displays were the rage and almost every other booth had their own scooter! No, really, there were a lot of e-scooters on display this year. We even had the chance to chat with some of our favorite tech heroes!

Exploring the Bosch booth!

But CES wasn't just about rubbing shoulders with the tech elite. It was also an opportunity for us to learn, grow, and be inspired. We spent time getting to know our near and dear partners, we talked with potential futrure ones too! We explored emerging technologies and got hands-on with some truly mind-blowing prototypes. Whether it was testing out a new "holographic" displays or learning about the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, every moment was a chance to expand our horizons and push the boundaries of what's possible.

Outside CES 2024

Now, we're back in our Colorado HQ, brimming with ideas and excitement. We can't wait to share everything we learned at CES with the SparkFun community. In the coming weeks, we'll be posting blog articles, videos, and more that delve deeper into the coolest tech we saw.

Were you at CES? Let us know your favorite part in the comments!

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  • Member #134773 / about 6 months ago / 1

    Uh, I think you may have a typo in the second sentence, where it says "(quite rankly)" -- do you actually mean "(quite frankly)"? That missing "f" certainly changes the meaning! ("Frankly" - "being honest"; "rankly" - "smelly")

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