AVC 2017 Recap

Let's look back at our best AVC yet!

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Two versions of Arduino's new IoT board, an easy way to charge your batteries and another addition to the Onion Omega ecosystem! Happy Friday!

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Check out this beautiful Halloween costume made with LilyPad parts!

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After two rounds of SparkX, Nate follows through on "making cool stuff" and building a focused, experimental product development team. Here is a recap of the SparkX journey so far.

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Is there a “right” way for an open project to go closed?

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Who said there could be only one? How about FOUR great new Qwiic boards!

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Not working as expected? Luckily, we have a tutorial about where to start looking and will explore a few general troubleshooting tips that frequently come up in SparkFun’s technical support department!

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Don't have time to make a costume this year? We have you covered with this cute, super-quick costume for all ages!

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Find out what it was like building the Skimmer Scanner app and distributing it through the Google Play store.

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A brand-new line of APA102C-controlled LED boards perfect for customization and lighting up anything you need!

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My dream has always been to create a robotic jack-o'-lantern. Unfortunately life often gets in the way, and I never make it happen in time for Halloween. Today, I start a project I can build onto as I go.

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After a decade we finally got around to giving LilyPad the attention it deserves!

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If the spooky messages you’re getting from beyond the grave seem vague and disjointed to you, maybe some blinky lights can help to accent the important parts. #funkydemonspeak

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Thanks to some big bots, student teams and first-time competitors, we are now the third largest combat robotics tournament in the world!

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Adding some cyberpunk dystopia style to a costume shop parasol

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Add some LilyPad hardware to your pet’s Halloween costume because it's adorably hilarious, and you can.

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