Lumos! Here are my experiences 3D-printing a "magical" illuminated wand theatrical prop for my students' performance.
It's time to bounce that old tennis ball out of your garage, and up your game with this simple project that lets you know exactly where to stop when pulling in to your garage.
I recently figured out how to make a custom-shaped screen using an ESP32 and DMX512 over ArtNet. Let's check it out.
I needed a positionable desk lamp and I had a bin full of heads on my desk. Add in Halloween, and I can now see what I'm soldering!
Check out this distance sensing Halloween prop designed to spook the willies out of trick-or-treaters.
With just a handful of parts and a couple of hours of work, you can easily repulse all of your co-workers at this year's office Halloween party!
I've gone out there and found the best in distance sensing.
Let's take a look at some of the amazing costumes and props from Dragon Con!
Check out Feldi's favorite back-to-school project finds for fall project inspiration.
I attended my first Dragon Con; here is some of the wearable tech I saw there.
A ridiculously simple project with lights and unicorns.
Prototype interactive dance floor using the Teensy's built-in capacitive touch pins and XBee Series 1s configured for I/O line passing.
My journey into building something that I am constantly nervous will eventually blow up.
I was recently approached by music producer Decadon to add lights to an already custom guitar to make it even more one-of-a-kind. Let's check out some of the challenges I faced.
How about some drone-style footage, indoors and without a drone? With a 3D printer and a few simple components, it might be easier than it sounds!
Let's add some electricity to your favorite things. I take a LEGO® speeder from Star Wars® and use Arduino to give it a little something extra.
This visually pleasing project has endless possibilities for customization and design.
A guest post from Emily at Helium, who is here to share the projects that won!
Exciting parts call for exciting projects. This one turns a dangerous laser into a sci-fi ray gun.
Here at SparkFun, we love our dogs. When we searched deep in our dog-loving hearts, we found one true question: What if they could talk?