Try out your best caption for a chance at a fabulous SparkFun prize.

Continue reading

Check out today's edition of ElectriCute to build a light-up tattoo made with Elastolite.

Continue reading

What does it take to get complete biometrics in your garage?

Continue reading

We sponsored an electronics lab at Skyline High School as part of the Race to the Top grant program!

Continue reading

Julián is joining us from Argentina, to work on adding SparkFun parts to his miniBloq programming environment!

Continue reading

Why do we feel a tingle when we lick a 9V battery?

Continue reading

Today's the day! Join us as we build a random pick-up line generator on this edition of SparkFun Live!

Continue reading

We have a whole lot of new products this week included some new RedBot components, revisions, and more!

Continue reading

A quick hardware teardown on some key-chain games.

Continue reading

SparkFun Education's National Tour traveled from Virginia, down through Florida, up to Nebraska, back down to Arkansas and then home to Colorado, teaching microcontroller technology all the while. Mini Coopers, Open Source Hardware, LEDs, John B., flamethrowers and balance bikes.... Oh my!

Continue reading

Beatty Robotics is at it again, building a custom robot at the behest of Actobotics!

Continue reading

How SparkFun has maintained a high dog:human ratio as the company has grown up.

Continue reading

A new Arduino offering from Intel, and another Robotics 101 video.

Continue reading

A few us from engineering got to attend the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month. Here's some of the stuff we can show.

Continue reading

Congrats Member #468914, you're the proud owner of the Kits Kit!

Continue reading

Join us for the next episode of SparkFun Live with Toni building a random pick-up line generator.

Continue reading

Live in Colorado? Or anywhere even kind of near? Denver Maker Faire is approaching!

Continue reading

Do you use the SparkFun Inventor's Kit in your classroom? This contest is for you!

Continue reading

A small contingent from SparkFun will be in Amsterdam in February for FITC 2014. If you're in that neck of the woods maybe we can drop in on your Hackerspace!

Continue reading

Tags


All Tags

Recent Blog Comments

I certainly agree that the RasPi is an awesome deal. But it’s not the best choice for every kind of project. The stock Photon is only $19,…
Well, another US vendor has an ESP8266 breakout for just shy of $10 and they claim that it comes with a LUA interpreter baked in by default.…
Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V x 25: $9 ESP8266 x 25: $6.50 Not sure what the Photon development ecosystem gains me over this setup that I’d pay SF…
Awesome! If you guys need any help of advice let me know I used to design high end automation for homes, hotels, and commercial buildings.…
With the caveat that I have not done this myself, from what I read, it should be possible to reprogram the SOC on the ESP8266 to do fairly…
Keep in mind you’ve got a microcontroller on there too. Even with a $3 radio (like the ESP8266) you still need a microcontroller most of the…
I just keep thinking that $30-40 a board isn’t going to get very many people into IoT. It’s the same issue Xbee/Zigbee has always had; even…
I won! Thank you Sparkfun Folk! I may run this by my middle school computer club kids to see if this is a good platform for them. The online…
Don’t forget today is National Doge Day! Make a card for your doge!
What about a plant tender robot? Watering, fertilization, pest monitoring/control, lighting? There is an interesting [Public Lab…

Recent Authors

RobertC.

Toni_K

Chelsea the Destroyer

NPoole

Jimb0

Dia

Byron J.

Double M

ShawnHymel

Black Angus Rocket Storm


All Authors