Using the ESP32 Thing to make an adapter for my headphones
Remember that Magic Mirror? We now have a tutorial surrounding it, and we've done some super sweet formatting with CSS! Check it out!
Let’s talk about RFID technology. Where did it come from? Where is it now? What can you do with it? What did I do with it? Take a look at this video, and all (or at least a tiny bit) will be revealed!
Celebrating the centennial landmark in prototyping and development!
A new Qwiic-enabled Solid State Relay Kit is available, along with a new Qwiic Button, micro:bit Power board, a Raspberry Pi Compute Module and a 10W solar panel.
Measure the ambient temperature of the room with either the TMP117 or TMP102!
Let's explore a Real-Time Operating System for RISC-V.
When faced with the option of buying something to fit his needs or building it himself, Anker Berg-Sonne chose to take the DIY route.
Two versions of the new GPS-RTK Dead Reckoning board are available, along with a special edition Qwiic Pro Micro, and a new Raspberry Pi 4 kit!
Let's take a look at the pros and cons of traditional mechanical relays vs solid state relays.
Use a Raspberry Pi and the SparkFun Top pHAT to automate your way through the litany of menus in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
The weather is getting better, and Jesse is back with an update to his Autonomous Mower project.
New versions of our Qwiic Mux Breakout and RPi Zero W Camera Kit are now available, along with a SparkX Refrigeration Sensor and Pimoroni Automation HAT Mini.
I've been crafting a web interface to update an ESP32 using BLE. Check out the tutorial!
SparkFun's newest Technical Content Creator is joining Rob to bring you all the information you need on SparkFun products and projects!
Summer activities cancelled? Welcome to SparkFun Summer Camp! We’ve got tutorials, projects, and sales for adults and kids to make sure this summer is still fun.
Check out a new interview with Nate!
The MAX30101 Photodetector Breakout is now available, along with a few headers and a new wireless keyboard!
Grab some parts, strap a servo on it, and you'll be reflowing solder in no time!
For a series of sensor and control projects around my home, I explored the enclosure options at my not-so-local big box hardware store.