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Check out the Peep Show - and no, it's not that kind.

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Making a GPS unit that integrates with Google maps.

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Yarn Monster

Not as scary as it sounds - but very helpful!

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A little holiday sing-a-long with music provided by a quadcopter! Plus a Free Day reminder!

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Controlling a Christmas tree with Arduino? Don't mind if I do!

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Autonomously knit some clothes!

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An awesome high-altitude balloon project from a SparkFun customer.

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Logging earthquake data with an accelerometer.

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Swash-buckling goes high-tech!

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Remember the Reverse Geocache Puzzle Box? It finally has a conclusion!

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Finishing up the Halloween projects with SparkFun's own Nate Seidle.

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We're still exploring some Halloween projects - this time, a Jacob's Ladder!

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Flying Ghost

Just a few days after Halloween, there is still time for a spooky project!

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An entertaining project that'll keep peeping toms at bay!

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An impressive quadcopter from the GRASP Lab at the University of Pennsylvania!

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A helpful video showing you how to integrate a magnetic card reader into your project!

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With our powers combined, you can make your project complete (and extra awesome)!

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More new products to get your next project rolling!

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Feel like dancing? We've got the project for you!

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