Nick Poole shows us how to make a Captain America shield with ELastoLite!

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Motion Graphics Designer Nic makes a special appearance to show us how he added SparkFun heating pads to the seats of his slammin' 1990 Honda Civic wagon.

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Joel shows us how to build a handheld pH sensor to regulate his aquaponics system.

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Engineer Chris went to Burning Man, and needed some solar power for his project. Thus, a Roundtable was born.

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In this month's episode of "Engineering Roundtable," Nick Poole works on his DIY pinball machine!

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Mechanical Engineer Paul shows us his system for keeping SparkFun's mech shop tools running smoothly!

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Check out Joel's latest creation in this week's episode of "Engineering Roundtable."

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We have an update on the happenings for AVC and another episode of "Engineering Roundtable."

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Check it out as Nick does some research for his DIY pinball machine.

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Check it out as Joel connects his electric blanket to the internet!

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Today we have another project from Inventory Nick Poole!

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It appears we have a similar sense of humor, here’s my Capri Sun squeezer, Juiceppi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PobIVgIPoew
Sure, but today’s novices will be writing tomorrow’s tutorials, and if we tell them today that “and” is a thing, whereas “&&” is a…
I agree completely and that is the point I was attempting to make (perhaps not as clearly as possible). Shawn stated that XOR isn’t…
> There is no need to teach people obtuse punctuation like “&&” and “||” when C++ (and, by extension, Arduino) has perfectly…
You’re right that the choice of basis operators is arbitrary. (A common basis choice in high-level languages is AND, OR, and NOT.) You’re…
There is no need to teach people obtuse punctuation like “&&” and “||” when C++ (and, by extension, Arduino) has perfectly reasonable “and”,…
It’s interesting that you expressed the XOR as: P ⊕ Q = (P || Q) && !(P && Q) The classical expression for XOR is P ⊕ Q = (P && !Q) ||…
SparkFun’s tutorials are really fun and easily accessible. Thank you so much for sharing
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