Tom Becker was nice enough to email us and comment on our <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=GPSClock-1">12ft. GPS wall clock</a>. Then he put us to shame...
New products for your Raspberry Pi B+, and our very last New Product Post Video shot at our old building. :-(
It's Friday again, so we have more new products to talk about.
We've got a new digital soldering station from Hakko, some books and LCD screens. Check them out!
Connect your Arduino Ethernet to the Pachube API to display and log data on the web.
Just today and tomorrow, and then 2016 will finally be over. Let's send it off with a new 3-axis Accelerometer, a "tasty" speaker, and customizable RGB 7-segment display.
We're back to work and we've got more new: AVC 2010 now open, Vegas video, new robot competition, sensor kit, Simon PTH kit, motor driver, new robot kits, temperature sensor, MSP430F249, 7-segment display controller and a TFT128 ScreenKey development board.
We're really excited about the MicroView -- a new Arduino compatible board with an integrated display! Check out why...
Developing a demo app using an open source cross-platform framework (Xamarin) to display data from SparkFun's Phant server.
We're keeping you stocked in LEDS as well as few other new products (like the MUX Shield - and an awesome example from Rojas!)
New tutorials and Arduino libraries for the DeadOn RTC and Real Time Clock module breakout boards – plus, a fun little analog clock project.
Looking for information in the noise: a contest to crowdsource a better algorithm for accelerometer data.
Another week, another collection of new goodies. Ding and Dents, magnet wire, and a few other new products to help you complete your next project.
<a href="http://www.kidrobot.com/products2.cfm?ID=4528&cfid=4320536&cftoken=91108670&nav_chooser=&dept=TOYS&typ=KIDROBOT">Munny </a>and <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=Sinister7">Sinister7</a> combine forces. Checkout this gruesome <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=Sinister7">toy hack</a> using the Sinister7.
Check out this GPS-based project from a SparkFun customer.
After a fair amount of work, we have completed what we hope to be an educational kit and supporting printed materials to go along with the <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=BEE-7-SMDSoldering">SMD Soldering</a> lecture.
I think this is the most we have posted, ever? 25 new products!
We show you how to program standalone ATmegas and introduce a new Arduino library to make using LED matrices easy!
Lynne Bruning, friend of SparkFun and E-Textile expert, joins us for a guest post.
The nRF52832 Breakout, SmartiPi Touch, Serial-Controlled Motor Driver and RedBearLab BLE Nano Kit round out today's brand new products! Happy Friday!
The ongoing attempt to carry everything you need continues.
A look behind-the-scenes of a SparkFun photoshoot, along with a new tutorial and a smattering of products.
Bunnie shows up with a microSD card looks like under the hood. We've got a new VoiceBox shield for Arduino, e-ink type displays, USB motor controllers, and a couple DC muffin fans.
Up this week, a new soil moisture sensor, a more powerful pcDuino, and more!
In which we change some things in the database, and it's not exactly a simple task, and some things break. Lessons learned. etc.
Checkout our caliper battery hack and a new class on creating basic schematics.
Check out what we've been doing in the tutorials section of learn.sparkfun.com.
First impressions of the Arduino/Intel-hybrid Galileo board - an x86 Arduino! - a small example project, and our likes and dislikes.
Pete Dokter and Jim Lindblom tour the MIT Media Lab, as well as the greater Boston technological tundra.
A deliciously designed maze and new products galore!
We've got a few new products this week, so check out the goods and see if there's anything you can use.
Check out Star Simpson and Scott Torborg's teardown of the Google Glass!
SparkFun gets a lift on a low-atmosphere student satellite. And we have some new products too.
How to create a Twitter monitor in Python and flash an LED using a Raspberry Pi.
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Parts for a photon wheather station. Wind, rain,...