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SparkFun has been experimenting with micro tutorials for our various social media feeds. Have you had the chance to check them out?
Building a system that records temperature based on a user's unique RFID tag into an Excel spreadsheet for the world of COVID-19.
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!
Utilizing the robust libraries and machine learning algorithms from OpenMV, let's explore how to do object detection on trails to see how much they get used!
Do you have a project that you'd like to show off? We'd love to share it on our blog!
We bid farewell to a SparkFun classic but open the door to the next chapter in project-based blog posts.
We tested out the new SparkFun OpenLog Artemis by taking it down one of Boulder's many hills of a driftable trike!
We test out our new GPS-RTK Dead Reckoning Boards by sending them down the river!
Learn what circuit sculptures are and the few that we've made since quarantine started.
Marcus demonstrates how the Qwiic System makes it super easy to build a novelty sound maker with a capacitive touch interface.
We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships and combined them into one powerful robot.
Using the ESP32 Thing to make an adapter for my headphones
Measure the ambient temperature of the room with either the TMP117 or TMP102!
Use a Raspberry Pi and the SparkFun Top pHAT to automate your way through the litany of menus in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
The weather is getting better, and Jesse is back with an update to his Autonomous Mower project.
Grab some parts, strap a servo on it, and you'll be reflowing solder in no time!
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.
No, we're not talking about hiding in bushes with long zoom lenses waiting to see what Tom Cruise is wearing today...
Monitor your weather station remotely with a second micro:bit!