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Sprint Academy is working to bring detailed data to sprint training using Arduino.

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Nothing says "I love you" on Valentine's Day like a homemade gift. And if that gift happens to be made using 3D-printed parts, addressable LEDs and a phone app you create yourself - everybody wins!

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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.

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The great thing about open source software is that when you want a new feature, you can just add it!

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Just because it’s already October and you haven’t started this year’s Halloween build doesn’t mean it can’t still be epic! SparkFun’s Qwiic I2C environment can help even us Olympic-level procrastinators rival the street’s best Halloween builds!

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Working from home is not without its difficulties, but with just a couple of proximity sensors and SparkFun's new Qwiic Dual Solid State Relay, you can create a light show with a wave of your hands.

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The added functionality of BLE in the Artemis Development Kit means it can be connected to a local web application! We explore this by streaming the on-board sensor data to a local host.

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Let's go over when something like an Arduino or Teensy is more appropriate than using a Raspberry Pi.

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Marcus demonstrates how the Qwiic System makes it super easy to build a novelty sound maker with a capacitive touch interface.

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In a previous blog post we showed off a custom macro keyboard. In this week's post, we update it to make it wireless!

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Measure the ambient temperature of the room with either the TMP117 or TMP102!

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Grab some parts, strap a servo on it, and you'll be reflowing solder in no time!

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In a new tutorial we'll revisit some RFID basics, and practice by making a remote work logger using an RFID reader and a GPS module.

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Sometimes you need the real-time interaction that only a meeting can provide. Keep family members from wandering in on your important meetings with this simple alert!

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Comparing analog and digital temperature sensors TMP36, TMP102 and TMP117. Which is better?

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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.

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This is the second part depicting the building of a keycode-based anti-theft system for a car.

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Add color to your projects with analog LED strips!

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We've written hundreds of libraries and made lots of mistakes. Learn the basics of how to write a good library.

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