We've got some new products this week and are focusing a bit heavier on a special product this week, the Electric Imp.
Introducing the Large Digit Driver, the new Electric Imp Breakout, a new version of the MP3 Player Shield and more!
Friday means new products here at SparkFun. We've got a few things, so let's talk about what we've got!
Books, cellular products, a couple new products, and everyone's favorite: the SparkFun Dumpster Dive.
High-powered LEDs, an audio kit from Moog and more. Check out the new stuff for this week.
Check out this class to learn how to make your own instrument using conductive paint!
Grab one of the remaining spots for this new exciting class!
Carlos is joining us all the way from Brazil to work on a new way to make music!
Examining the inner workings of an electric chord organ.
Check it out as Joel connects his electric blanket to the internet!
In this episode, we'll explore how electric current flows through a circuit.
Register as a spectator for the AVC! And watch SparkFun's foray into the electric vehicle market.
Technological befuddlements it took me 10 years and a college degree to understand.
Check out today's edition of ElectriCute to build a light-up tattoo made with Elastolite.
Check out a special holiday edition of Electri-Cute.
Have you always wanted to experiment with electroluminescence?
Spice up your fancy outfit with some flashy LEDs.
Check out how you can use conductive ink to draw your circuits!
A new episode of Electricute, plus some changes on the wind!
Building a muscle-riffic demo for conductive yarn!
Exploring a new addition to the etextiles arsenal!
Let's take a look at thermochromatic pigment.
This installment of our new e-textiles how-to video series shows you how to incorporate LED string lights into your Halloween costume!
SparkFun welcomes yet another Pete into the fold - meet Pete Marchetto, hacker extraordinaire.
The producers of our muscle sensor are at it again!
Magnets...how do they work?
Check out a mini-Maker Faire in Ann Arbor and join SparkFun on Facebook!
The UAV v2 Development Platform project demonstrates its ability to successfully navigate autonomously, through takeoff and landing.
The time is quickly approaching - what is your vehicle going to look like?
Build your own Arduino Controlled Sip-and-Puff switch.
Check out the ElectriCute team's latest, most disconcerting project!
Nate travels through UBC in Vancouver discovering amazing research projects and beautiful art, finishing up with a ride on the Mondo Spider.
The release of Arduino 1.6 has really improved my Arduino-programming life thanks to custom platform support, command line utilities and line numbers!
Join us for an epic journey into design for manufacturing, voltage spike suppression, stress testing, hex file analysis and more!
Ultra-cool ultrasonic sensors are a perfect and simple way to add object or distance sensing to your project!
Yet another new product post with more new products, some classes, and of course a video.
A guest post from Pavel, creator of the Blynk app
An overview of Espressif's sequel to the ESP8266 - a new WiFi/Bluetooth-enabled system-on-chip, with a massive GPIO count.
Everyone who entered totally rules, but there could be only three who took home the prizes.
A 4th of July project to launch fireworks via a button or timed delay.
SparkFun's module shows up in an FCC study on body sensor networks. We've also got a new speedometer tutorial and some new products.
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.
A look at some of the competitors in SparkFun's 2010 AVC!
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