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We've built up a starting kit for Alchitry FPGA and we're releasing new Teensy boards with headers!

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Let's go over when something like an Arduino or Teensy is more appropriate than using a Raspberry Pi.

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The new BME680 Environmental Sensor is now in red, and the Teensy 4.1 is shipping!

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Teensy 4.1

As of today, the Teensy 4.1 is here!

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Let's take a look at all of our Teensy product offerings and projects!

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A new SAMD21 Micro Development Board, a new version of the Teensy Shield, and a different look for our safety glasses.

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Are you new to the Teensy product line? Make sure to check out our Getting Started with Teensy tutorial before adding this powerful microcontroller to your project!

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Happy Halloween!

Halloween is made for makers. Whether your thing is an over-the-top, automated yard display, an amazing cosplay costume, or a beautifully carved pumpkin with an RGB LED light show emanating from it, this holiday lets us build things not because they're practical or necessary, but because they are fun!

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Prototype interactive dance floor using the Teensy's built-in capacitive touch pins and XBee Series 1s configured for I/O line passing.

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Let's figure out just how fast we can push data through APA102 pixels. Then let's look at what we can do with super fast lights.

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This post explores how to use the power control features of the Battery Babysitter to make a product with the features we expect from portable embedded electronics.

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Looking to emulate modular synthesizers with the Teensy Audio platform? Read on!

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Using slow shutter-speed photography to capture sound waveforms

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Make your own digital handpan drum using the Teensy Audio Shield and the Teensy's built-in capacitive touch inputs.

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Demonstrating a Teensy Audio-based drum machine.

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Rather than a lengthy exploration of a single subject, I'm going to touch on a couple of smaller dishes.

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