Are you looking to begin data collection but unsure where to start? Look no further than our Datalogger kit, now available at a discounted price. Score big savings and get started on your data gathering journey today.
Our neighbors at TinkerMill used SparkFun parts to create a fully operational and customizable RFID electronic access system to their facility. Learn more about their project and what they do here!
Silicon Labs created some amazing project examples, using the SparkFun Thing Plus Matter board, that you can follow once you've got yours up and running. Including gesture recognition and image classification using TensorFlow Lite, counting people in a room, creating an RFID door lock system, and connecting the SparkFun Thing Plus MGM240P to an Android device, these examples are sure to inspire you!
The Qwiic Dynamic NFC/RFID Tag graduates to reds and the AWS IoT ExpressLink SARA-R5 Starter Kit gets a new version.
The new ENS160 Air Quality Sensor is now available with two new SparkX boards!
SparkX is back with a new NFC/RFID Tag, the FLIR Lepton Breakout V2 is now available on its own, and we have a new and better way to remove a U.FL-terminated cable.
This week the BMP581 Pressure Sensor and ISM330DHCX 6DoF IMU get the Qwiic treatment!
The second part of a series on different technologies that could be used to find missing objects - in this case a lost frisbee.
Last month, we gave you a sneak preview of an upcoming exhibit at the Hong Kong History Museum. The creator, Alexson Chu, was using SparkFun parts and projection mapping to create an interactive learning experience for museum goers. Well, the installation premiered yesterday, and we have an inside look.
Museums are always looking for ways to engage their visitors. See how one artist is using SparkFun parts and projection mapping to make that happen.
Check out the complete digital bonus edition of Elektor Magazine filled with five extra articles
The new SparkFun RTK Surveyor is now available from SparkX, along with a new RPi4 Case Fan, Teensy 4 SmartLED Shield, and M6E-NANO RFID Module.
Building a system that records temperature based on a user's unique RFID tag into an Excel spreadsheet for the world of COVID-19.
In a world of technology designed for cows, what's a goat farmer to do?
Vacation rentals are on the rise - how can property owners protect valuables?
If you've ever wondered what possums get up to at night, RFID can shed some light.
Let’s talk about RFID technology. Where did it come from? Where is it now? What can you do with it? What did I do with it? Take a look at this video, and all (or at least a tiny bit) will be revealed!
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.
On this fine Friday we add RFID capabilities to our Qwiic Connect System with a new board and kit, the newest pi-top is available, and a few other knick-knacks to help you out with your next project!
Hop on the I2C BUS and let's build Escape Room puzzles Qwiic!