The trials of setting up a Web Server with Bootstrap, SPIFFS and ESPAsync.
Two new ways to follow along with each SIK project!
The trail-ready lightning detector has been out in the wild getting some good use. As summer nears its end, it is a great time to take the project back to the drawing board and figure out what should be upgraded, what should be added and what can be removed – just in time for some fall outdoor adventures!
More new project videos for your SIK v4.1!
Here's a collection of fun ideas for any students going back to school this fall.
A new way to learn electronics and programming from the SparkFun Inventor's Kit!
New LulzBot + new car = new project
Prototyping an outdoor lightning warning system.
Adventures in building an EL wire dance suit for a troupe.
How the night was won!
It's time to plan out some summer projects!
This is the first part of building a keycode-based anti-theft system for a car.
We took a crew down to CU Boulder to check out all of the capstone and graduate projects that were presented to the public!
Hacking your LEGO kits with motors and micro:bits!
Control a robot wirelessly with your hand using XBees, Arduino and an accelerometer.
Looking to get your feet wet with GPS? We've got just the tutorial for you! Accurately display your coordinates on a small OLED with the press of a button using hardware from our Qwiic Connect System (I2C).
Using EL once again for my students' performance using a glove controller, XBees, EL sequencers and Arduino.
Recently, a team from the St. Vrain Innovation Center assembled its first custom PCB design with the help of SparkFun. This is the story behind their project and their experience.
Control your RedBot programmed with Arduino using the wireless joystick and a pair of XBees!
The creation of an automatic light switch using infrared tripwires.