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?
Try adding a LED strip to your 3D printer for better lighting with this quick and simple solution!
A re-creation of our Simon Says Soldering Kit using trampolines, spot lights and a ton of new sounds!
I built an alternative clock using a 3D printer and laser cutter.
Diamonds are... forever? My experiences 3D printing a translucent diamond theatrical prop for a choreographed piece with LEDs and capacitive touch sensing.
A simple and inexpensive way to add a little flare to some thrift store treasures.