We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships and combined them into one powerful robot.
Measure the ambient temperature of the room with either the TMP117 or TMP102!
Use a Raspberry Pi and the SparkFun Top pHAT to automate your way through the litany of menus in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
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.
Using the Qwiic pHAT v2.0's general purpose button to safely reboot or shutdown your Raspberry Pi with the help of a Python script.
Let's take a look at some of our favorite tutorials to help you learn at home!
Add color to your projects with analog LED strips!
We updated some code for the micro:bot kit to help debug and interpret line following sensor readings using the MakeCode Console.
How to add simple animations with LEDs to your projects using Arduino!
Deck out your Sphero RVR robot with a Raspberry Pi Zero W, remote pan-tilt camera, and some Qwiic components!
Last week, we showed a classroom of fifty-five developers how easy it is to work with the SparkFun Edge Development Board using the Arduino IDE. Now we want to show you, too!
Develop in Freedom Studio or Zephyr RTOS with the SparkFun RED-V
The SparkFun gator:bit v2 and sensors are now available as a congregation!
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!
Ramp up your GPS tracking skills with KML files and Google Earth.
What do you do after the SparkFun Inventor's Kit? The world of electronics using Arduino is vast – here are a few tutorials to help take your projects to the next level!
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!
After a short time in retirement, the SparkX A111 Breakout Board is coming back to life as part of the Get Sparked program!
USB-to-serial UART bridges like the CH340 make it easier to upload code to an Arduino and pass serial data to/from your computer. Make sure to install the respective drivers before getting started.