Check out this pair of projects from a father-son duo!

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There's still time to get your entry in!

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Check out this project from Dwight Eppinger, the Interactive Marketing Manager at Copper Mountain Ski Resort.

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Snake Stomp Pad Tutorial

Have a look at our tutorial detailing design and building of the Snake Stomp Pads using Ponoko.

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An amazing LED matrix project out of France!

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We're keeping you stocked in LEDS as well as few other new products (like the MUX Shield - and an awesome example from Rojas!)

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Are you an Android developer? Here's an event for you!

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The final installment of the High Altitude Balloon saga!

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Remember the electronics-themed dice?

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The ever-popular FT232R can do much more than just enable USB in your project.

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A big batch of products for you to play with

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A project we featured in our latest ad created by interactive artist Jen Lewin.

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You've got to watch this video! Part two of the HAB series contains information on the balloon, enclosure, the cut-down system, as well as information about our still and video camera systems.

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ON Semiconductor lets us know that the fake ATmega328s are actually NCP5318 buck regulators for Intel processors.

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GeekDad, Ponoko and SparkFun are teaming up for a unique design competition with a very impressive prize.

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There's a Mini-Maker Faire in Aspen this Saturday (July 10th).

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A Scooter battery meter grows into something a little bit crazier!

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How to launch a helium balloon to 100,000 feet and take a picture of the curvature of the earth. And then lose the whole contraption out in a wheat field somewhere unknown.

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SparkFun starts to package up items for retail sale. We even got our own UPC! Let us know what you think and what we should package next.

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Very cool my vet always want daily weights of my ducks but they never sit still i got t build this in there night cage what scale did you…
How about some thing that turns the light on in the day and off at night? Or even dims the lights different times.
time to build some rfid dog tags so you can match the weight to the dog.
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In a lot of cases the Pro Mini and ESP8266 will be the better and/or cheaper option for your application. But not always. Two main…
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If we’re going that far, I’d automate the whole process with a controlled drip to maintain the moisture level, and have it only notify you…
Hook up a soil moisture sensor to a photon, then have it post data, or email someone whenever it needs watering.
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,…

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