littleBits and an MP3 Trigger – all kinds of fun to be had!
Introducing the Large Digit Driver, the new Electric Imp Breakout, a new version of the MP3 Player Shield and more!
Craig Ferguson's new slick talking sidekick uses the MP3 Trigger and Rebel LED's
We've got a new GPS buying guide, new MP3 board, serial multiplexer, SparkFun wrist belt, servo extension, iPhone LCD, low-cost DMM, a programmable oscillator, and lots of snow.
New MP3 belt buckle tutorial and a handful of new products covering Uzebox open source game console, Arduino compatible Funnel I/O, Port-o-Rotary Blue (with Bluetooth? connection!), function generator and counter kits, and the new Arduino Ethernet Shield.
We have a handful of new products, including the new Fez Domino, Triple Luxeon Rebel LED Breakout, ADXL345 Eval Board, the TTS256 Text-to-Speech chip, the LYPR540AH Triple Axis Gyro Board, SPI-to-UART IC Breakout, the MP3 Trigger V2, an updated microSD Shield, and a Multiplexer Breakout Board.
Roberto Marquez is joining us for three weeks to work on polishing and beefing up his DIY MP3 player!
This week we have the new Servo Trigger, the ESP8266 WiFi module, a new version of the Taz 3D Printer, and more!
Check out this brief recap from the fine folks at 3D Robotics
An update on our efforts to provide 3D models of popular SparkFun parts
High-school science teachers can radically reduce the cost of building up science labs while giving students opportunities to engage in genuine design processes by introducing them to open-source hardware. A vast collection of free and pre-designed low-cost scientific tools are available, many of which can be printed on a open-source 3D printer, including the printer itself. Not only can students benefit from access to research grade equipment, there are ample opportunities for students to build on, improve, and customize scientific tools as part of their curriculum. In this way the number and value of the open-source hardware designs can expand with student effort, enabling a powerful motivating factor for science education.
1, 2, 3,... 19 new things to post. We are really excited about so many of these, it's hard to choose where to start.
Find out how and why we're modeling our products in 3D... and how you can help!
Ponoko gets 3D printing! One step closer to a real-life replicator.
The future is here. This week we have a sound generator, 3D printer, and more!
If you've been waiting on the edge of your ergonomic desk chair for the next SparkFun Live build, sit back and bask in your adjustable lumbar support, because today's the day!
This past week we built our 3 millionth widget!
A special batch of Simple Sketches for our favorite holiday!
Here's your Friday New Product post with a litter of new products!
We have a cool project from Engineer Chris, a tutorial from Casey, a behind-the-scenes ad shoot video, and an announcement about Maker Faire!
SparkFun visits various factories and the electronics market in Shenzhen, China.
A stackable robot and a high altitude balloon, along with some new products.
Join us on May 27t for the next episode of "SparkFun Live!"
Engineer Mike Grusin turns the SparkFun elevator into something much more awesome.
New. Lots. XBee, linear pots, encoder, USB ANT Stick, a little LilyPad proto board, some AA batteries, and a new Rotary Phone using Bluetooth!
New high-tech products, check them out!
Join us today at 3 p.m. MST!
Helping motor impaired individuals control mobile devices via Bluetooth.
Customer Service builds a light and sound alarm for themselves.
Another round of new products including new MicroRax, a book and some more retail.
Are wearables the next big thing or just a flash in the pan?
Check out these cool bots from a dad and his two daughters!
Some more filaments and some retail kits. That's what we've got for this week.
A reminder about the AVC, a new tutorial, and SparkFun in 3D!