If you're curious what goes into producing a SparkFun Original board, check out our new video!
New to the “Meet the Engineers” series or need to get caught up? Check out the videos for the first two webinars featuring Raspberry Pi and NVIDIA!
We teamed up with Edge Impulse and a few of our friends to produce a series of virtual workshops to learn new machine learning skills and theory.
The second chapter of the SparkFun Inventor's Kit has been conquered!
Watch a live, hands on tour SparkFun Inventor's Kit and the projects inside, this Saturday!
Last week we released a great little haptic driver from Dialog Semiconductors. This week I show you how fast and simple it is to build into a potentially job-saving project.
Nate will be talking about SparkFun's RP2040 boards and accessories tomorrow - don't miss it!
Our attempt to fly a drone with some of the same technology as NASA and none of the international scrutiny.
Thank you for laughing with us during 2020... We all needed it.
Let's take a look at some of the amazing costumes and props from Dragon Con!
Someone has been stealing my sandwiches. We'll use the two-way radio communication on the micro:bit to catch the thief.
For Part 3 of the "Getting started with micro:bit" series, we read temperature from a built-in sensor and rotate a servo.
For part 2 of Getting Started with micro:bit, we create a virtual Magic 8 Ball.
A set of calipers can be an incredibly useful tool for precisely measuring the distance between objects.
Staring at the multitude of buttons, switches and knobs on the face of an oscilloscope can be daunting. For this "Adventures in Science," we show you how to take basic measurements with an oscilloscope.
Looking to upgrade your workshop or mad science lab with more power? Here's how to get started with benchtop power supplies.
Just getting into electronics or want a refresher on digital multimeter basics? We've got you covered.
There was plenty of good stuff in 2016!
There are two basic ways to connect electronic components with two terminals: series and parallel. In this episode, we examine those two types of circuits and show how to calculate equivalent resistance.