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!
We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships from the previous year and combined them into one powerful robot.
Sometimes you need the real-time interaction that only a meeting can provide. Keep family members from wandering in on your important meetings with this simple alert!
A sticky way to store your Qwiic boards so they're visible and ready for use.
Here's a brief rundown and a couple of examples to help get you thinking about how you might incorporate movement into your next project using servos.
This is the second part depicting the building of a keycode-based anti-theft system for a car.
Revising and upgrading my split keyboard project with the new Qwiic Pro Micro C.
How to add simple animations with LEDs to your projects using Arduino!
Details from a project upgrading an old incandescent lamp to utilize addressable LEDs
Check out our latest tutorial on levitating magnets and creating a wireless light!
Building a DIY personal, portable, briefcase computer workstation with a Raspberry Pi!
Adventures in building a wireless EL wire dance suit for a troupe.
A halloween horror story of pumpkins, IDEs and Bluetooth.
We added a follow-up GPS tutorial to increase your GPS skills a few weeks ago. Now we want to show you a practical example with a handheld GPS coordinate logger that will pin locations for your viewing pleasure using Google Earth.
What do you do after the SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Arduino? Here are a few more tutorials to help take your projects to the next level!