Congrats to the latest SparkFun caption contest winner!
A new UV sensor, breadboard PCB, and a way to test your binary prowess.
A bizarre and thought-provoking project from the students of Parsons Flesh and Chrome Wearable Technology group.
SparkFun heads to Washington D.C. to teach soldering, e-textiles and programming at the United States of America Science and Engineering Festival
Today's the day to build a HaterMatic with Mike Hord!
Check out this Arduino based synthesizer projet
Time for a caption contest - let's see what you've got!
Bubble displays, a new barometric pressure sensor, and more! Check out what we have this week for new products.
Exploring circuit simulation using SPICE.
Get started in robotics with this upcoming class!
We have a new friend! His name is Matthew Burmeister, and he loves the weather. We also have some updates on our past hackers!
While designing our new Simon Tilts Through Hole Soldering Kit, we ultimately found that the best solution for the tilt sensor involved creating a custom plastic part. Here is the story of this project - including a couple interviews with the people that helped us along the way.
Not only do we have a lot of cool new products, we also have another SparkFun Dumpster Dive! Check it out.
I have found some crazy things on eBay, but when I saw a jet engine I had to at least make a bid. Lucky/unfortunately, I won.
Join us for the next episode of SparkFun Live, where engineer Mike Hord will help us build a coin-operated insult generator for all your insulting needs.
We hosted some representatives from cutting-edge library programs in Tennessee to play with hardware and share what they're up to!
New products for all you single-board-computer enthusiasts as well as some other goodies.
Designs for a custom, DIY electronics workbench, and some lessons I learned in the process.
Registration is open for AVC 2014! We're also announcing some new rules and changes for this year.