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Adventures in building a wireless EL wire dance suit for a troupe.
A halloween horror story of pumpkins, IDEs and Bluetooth.
The trials of setting up a Web Server with Bootstrap, SPIFFS and ESPAsync.
Control a robot wirelessly with your hand using XBees, Arduino and an accelerometer.
Using EL once again for my students' performance using a glove controller, XBees, EL sequencers and Arduino.
Control your RedBot programmed with Arduino using the wireless joystick and a pair of XBees!
Control your micro:bot wirelessly using MakeCode's radio blocks.
Check out our newest tutorial!
The SparkFun SAMD21 Pro RF is now in full production, and we have a new GPS-RTK Qwiic-enabled board, as well as several little components for you to use today!
The Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 is here, along with the Raspberry Shake, the Neutis Quad-Core Module and a few other goodies!
Prototype interactive dance floor using the Teensy's built-in capacitive touch pins and XBee Series 1s configured for I/O line passing.
How about some drone-style footage, indoors and without a drone? With a 3D printer and a few simple components, it might be easier than it sounds!
Here at SparkFun, we love our dogs. When we searched deep in our dog-loving hearts, we found one true question: What if they could talk?
It took a year to take a mess of wires, hardware and WiFi dependency and turn it into a new solution to monitor plants and the environment anywhere without a WiFi password. This is BLE-IOP.
This week I'm getting back to my OLED clock, and discussing the changes I've made.
Using a ESP32 Thing and a WiFi camera to create a robot that you control from your browser.
Build a custom wireless audio Bluetooth adapter using BlueCreation's BC127 and add it to your old speaker system!
Learn how to combine a Python web app framework with the ESP8266 Thing to control your RPi via WiFi.
This week Alex designs an OLED clock using the ESP32 Thing.
Your IT department hates this.