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.
Creating a custom project to show off some nice edge-lit acrylic.
Hop on the I2C BUS and let's build Escape Room puzzles Qwiic!
Some fun project ideas using the SparkFun 9DoF Razor IMU. We'll touch on how to send data over Bluetooth and how you might start to use the board to rig up your own VR headset.
A beginner project utilizing the SparkFun Qwiic MP3 Trigger for two tired kiddos!
An edge-lit nightlight to protect the littles while they sleep.
Control your micro:bot wirelessly using MakeCode's radio blocks.
Let's check out my third design to control LEDs based on movement using an accelerometer!
It's in the name of science! No, really, it is, I swear.
It's like clap-on, clap-off, but nerdier.
Are you crystal, gem or mineral collector? Display them in style with an underlit display.
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.