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Products 2368 found

MP3 Trigger

WIG-13720
$ 49.95
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MP3 and MIDI Codec - VS1053B

COM-08892
$ 19.95
LilyPad MP3

DEV-11013
$ 49.95
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SparkFun MP3 Player Shield

DEV-12660
$ 24.95
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MP3 and MIDI Codec - VS1063

COM-11025
$ 9.95

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Tutorials 452 found

MP3 Trigger Hookup Guide V24

January 21, 2016

Incorporate sound into your next project easily with the MP3 Trigger.

Getting Started with the LilyPad MP3 Player

May 8, 2013

The LilyPad MP3 Player is an amazing little board that contains almost everything you need to play audio files. You can use it to create all kinds of noisy projects, from MP3 hoodies to talking teddy bears. Your imagination is the only limit! This tutorial will help you get started.

MP3 Player Shield Hookup Guide V15

April 6, 2015

How to get your Arduino groovin' using the MP3 Player Shield.

Sound Page Guide

May 22, 2015

How to use the Lilypad MP3 Player and some Bare Conductive Paint to make a fandom silhouette sound trigger page.

My Drunk Kitchen Apron

September 5, 2013

A fun project that uses the LilyPad MP3 trigger. This apron will dispense helpful kitchen advice and humor from the host of My Drunk Kitchen, Hannah Harto!

LSM6DS3 Breakout Hookup Guide

August 13, 2015

A hookup guide for the LSM6DS3, which features a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and FIFO buffer.

Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit Hookup Guide

April 11, 2016

Guide for getting going with the Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit

Using the Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V

September 5, 2013

This tutorial is your guide to all things Arduino Pro Mini. It explains what it is, what it's not, and how to get started using it.

Logic Levels

June 3, 2013

Learn the difference between 3.3 V and 5 V devices.

LDK Experiment 3: Buttons and Switches

October 2, 2013

An introduction to the use of LilyPad buttons and switches.

HMC6343 3-axis Compass Hookup Guide

August 7, 2014

How to hook the HMC6343 -- a high-end, tilt-compensated compass module -- up to an Arduino. Never get lost again!

SIK Experiment Guide for Arduino - V3.2

October 23, 2014

The SparkFun Inventor's Guide is your map for navigating the waters of beginning embedded electronics. This guide contains all the information you will need to explore the 16 circuits of the SparkFun Inventor's Kit, 16 circuits of the SparkFun Arduino Kit, 8 circuits of the RedBoard Starter Kit.

Pro Micro & Fio V3 Hookup Guide

November 8, 2013

An overview of the Pro Micro, how to install it, and how to use it with Arduino.

LSM9DS1 Breakout Hookup Guide

August 13, 2015

A hookup guide for the LSM9DS1, which features a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and 3-axis magnetometer. It's an IMU-in-a-chip!

Cackling Apple Head Witch

October 30, 2014

Make your own cackling apple head witch to scare all of the trick or treaters this Halloween!

Teensy XBee Adapter Hookup Guide

June 18, 2015

Getting started with the Teensy 3.1 and XBee. Establishing a serial link.

Mini FET Shield Hookup Guide

May 1, 2014

Learn how to hookup and use the FET shield for Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V. With this shield, you can control much larger loads such as motors or large LED strips without straining your Arduino's power.

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Archived Tutorials 14 found

MP3 Player Belt Buckle

An intermediate project with an LPC2148, and accelerometer and an MP3 decoder, all fit nicely in one BIG belt buckle!

High Voltage Ringer

How do you make the classic bell ringer work off 3.8VDC? The magic of a DC/DC converter!

Bloader and Screamer 877A

(Outdated but good info) An in-depth tutorial on our in-house boot loader and accompanying Windows program. Find out how to build your own!

What is this place?

A few common answer to a few common questions about uCs and this site.

LPC2148 USB Bootloader Tutorial

Find out how the SparkFun bootloader works. Don't know what a bootloader is? Read on to find out.

PogoBeds: SparkFun Production and Testing

With the power of the pogo pin and some creativity, our testing methods have come a long way! Our ever growing arsenal of test-jigs is now up to 138. See how they work and how we make them.

Decorative Conductive Fabric Button

A simple, decorative momentary button made from conductive fabric, conductive thread, and common craft supplies.

Elevator TARDIS

How to turn a lift into a TARDIS (or trigger sound playback using the sensor of your choice)

Piezo Drum Kit Quickstart Guide

Getting started with Piezo elements

Mono Audio Amplifier Quickstart Guide

Quick start guide for the Mono Audio Amp Breakout board

Blog 768 found

LilyPad MP3 Giveaway!

August 27, 2014 146

What would you build with the LilyPad MP3 player?

Friday Product Post: Gizmos & Gadgets

January 22, 2016 5

littleBits and an MP3 Trigger – all kinds of fun to be had!

New Product Friday: What are Your Digits?

June 26, 2015 9

Introducing the Large Digit Driver, the new Electric Imp Breakout, a new version of the MP3 Player Shield and more!

Robot Skeleton Sidekick

April 13, 2010 18

Craig Ferguson's new slick talking sidekick uses the MP3 Trigger and Rebel LED's

New Stuff and We're Closed!

March 27, 2009 4

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.

UAVs and Giant Belt Buckles

December 11, 2008 3

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.

New Products Tuesday!

April 27, 2010 7

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.

Hacker-in-Residence: Java-powered Media Player

September 16, 2014 1

Roberto Marquez is joining us for three weeks to work on polishing and beefing up his DIY MP3 player!

SparkFun Goes 3D

January 8, 2015 18

Introducing Embedded 3D Models of SparkFun products!

New Product Friday: The Servo Trigger

March 27, 2015 9

This week we have the new Servo Trigger, the ESP8266 WiFi module, a new version of the Taz 3D Printer, and more!

SparkFun in 3D

August 26, 2013 5

An update on our efforts to provide 3D models of popular SparkFun parts

3DR Takes on the SparkFun AVC

July 21, 2014 2

Check out this brief recap from the fine folks at 3D Robotics

Ponoko and SparkFun + 3D Printing

December 1, 2010 18

Ponoko gets 3D printing! One step closer to a real-life replicator.

3D Models of SparkFun Parts!

April 17, 2013 108

Find out how and why we're modeling our products in 3D... and how you can help!

Guest Blog: Circumventing Science Lab Budget Cuts with Open-Source Hardware

January 23, 2015 2

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.

New Product Friday: Lulzbot

June 13, 2014 9

The future is here. This week we have a sound generator, 3D printer, and more!

The Return to Shenzhen - Part 3

June 15, 2011 46

SparkFun visits various factories and the electronics market in Shenzhen, China.

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Resources 37 found

RedBot & RedBoard with miniBloq

March 11, 2014

A step by step tutorial on how to use the drag and drop environment, miniBloq, to program SparkFun's RedBot and RedBoard.

Arduino Cheatsheet

August 19, 2014

This is an overview of the most important / commonly used Arduino commands.

Getting Started with Scratch 1.4

April 26, 2014

This guide is a great place to start with Scratch.

Resistance Board

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

A project using e-textiles to show the concept of resistance in an intuitive manner.

Intro to Arduino

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Here is a slide show presentation for introducing the Arduino SparkFun Inventor's Kit.

Processing Cheatsheet

July 8, 2014

We have compiled a quick reference list of all of the common commands we use for teaching Processing. This was created in Microsoft PowerPoint. The raw, ed

Paper Circuits: Lotus Flower Pop Up Card

Angela Sheehan May 6, 2014

Templates used in the Have Fun with Paper Circuitry workshop at GESTEM on 5/9/14.

e-Textile Art Pin

Angela Sheehan June 11, 2014

Create a quick and easy piece of e-textile art using a LilyPad LED, Battery Holder, conductive thread, and coin cell battery.

Paper Circuit Cards

Brian Huang March 1, 2014

Have students build a simple circuit with copper tape, a coin cell battery, and an LED. This template can be extended to any number of other activities inv

Electronic Graphics Resources

February 6, 2014

Illustrator file with a variety of electronics images and icons. Made by Adam Meyer of bildr.org.

SparkFun at NSTA 2015

May 7, 2015

SparkFun attended the NSTA 2015 National Conference in Chicago. We taught 7 workshops that contained some amazing materials. Here is a link to that page.

HotSheets: Processing

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

Are you looking for a gradual and project based way to learn Processing. Check out this set of HotSheets that take you from 0 understanding to awesome!

Giant Soldering

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Instructions on how to create a giant prop soldering iron to demonstrate PTH and SMD soldering techniques to large groups.

Giant Breadboard Poster

May 27, 2014

Looking to teach how breadboards work? Print this file out to a poster, laminate it, and use dry erase markers to illustrate the internal connections.

LilyPad and Sewable Circuits in Libraries

Angela Sheehan October 20, 2014

Tips for incorporating easy to use, scalable, and fun activities for library programs.

MakerScience and Arduino

April 7, 2014

Learn how to teach basic concepts of electricity and circuits, program a microcontroller, and integrate making, building, and inventing into your classroom

Microcontrollers for Educators 2015

Brian Huang August 5, 2015

Each summer, we teach a weeklong professional development workshop around using technologies such as Arduino, Processing, and electronics in the classroom.

HotSheets: Scratch

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

These HotSheets cover a few basic introductory exercises at learning how to use Scratch and the PicoBoard.

Serial LCD Reaction Timer Activity

Brian Huang July 21, 2016

Build your own Serial LCD Reaction Timer. This is a great activity that uses the SparkFun RedBoard, Arduino, or other compatible microcontroller. This has

SIK LCD Tutorial Activity

Brian Huang July 23, 2016

SIK LCD Tutorial simplifies the wiring and usage of the parallel LCD module that is included in the SIK.

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Classes 4 found

August 15, 2016

NYC 3-Day Microcontrollers for Educators PD at Spence School

SparkFun Electronics has contracted with the Spence School in NYC to put on a 3-day Microcontrollers for Educators. The folks at t…

July 9, 2016

Introduction To Arduino: Make a Light Sculpture!

Go from blinking an LED to creating your very own light sculpture! This class is for anyone who has never played around with Ardui…

July 11, 2016

Microcontrollers for Educators

Connecting the STEM Dots: Microprocessors and Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Classroom. This class is currently sold-…

August 1, 2016

Microcontrollers for Educators - Late Summer Class

Connecting the STEM Dots: Microprocessors and Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Classroom. Colorado State University Dep…

Articles 45 found

Visit the Emporium!

Welcome to the Emporium! It’s our fun blend of gift shop, electronic project gallery, and a glimpse into our manufacturing floor. The Emporium is stocked with kits, breakout boards, and many oth…

Johnny-Five Inventor's Kit

Johnny-Five Inventor's Kit The First Kit Available for Developing Projects Using the Tessel 2 and the Johnny-Five Robotics and IoT Platform The J5IK empowers users to build internet-connected, J…

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide Accelerometers and gyros are becoming increasingly popular in consumer electronics, so maybe it’s time you added them to your project! Scrolling through…

GPS Buying Guide

GPS Buying Guide Above your head, right now, at an altitude of about 20,200 km there is a system of navigation satellites. There’s 35 of them, 24 active at any given time. It cost millions and …

Arduino Buying Guide

Arduino Buying Guide Let’s face it, there are a lot of different Arduino boards out there. How do you decide which one you need for your project? With this table, you can not only compare featu…

Actobotics

Actobotics Actobotics is a robotics building system based around extruded aluminum channels, gears, precision shafts, and ball bearings. Thanks to the two standardized hole patterns, nearly all Actob…

XBee Buying Guide

XBee Buying Guide Welcome to the wireless world of XBee. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t, either way you are in for a fun ride. XBees are tiny blue chips that can communicate …

Wireless Buying Guide

Wireless Buying Guide When it comes to throwing data over the ether, there are a lot of options. If you’re confused about what wireless technology is best for your next project then keep on rea…

ISS National Design Challenge

ISS National Design Challenge Have questions? Let me know! mike.grusin@sparkfun.com Welcome CASIS ISS National Design Challenge participants! The following parts may be useful when developing your …

FTDI driver install (Mac)

Introduction Let’s talk about FTDI drivers. These drivers are vital to getting many of our products up and running. Some parts that use these drivers include the FTDI basic, Sparkfun Redboard a…

NodeJS Testing Ground

Step 1: Setup Setup your RedBoard and breadboard as shown Step 2: Power Rails …

Tours

Ever wondered what sort of hijinks go on behind the scenes at SparkFun? Do you dream of seeing certain SparkFun folks in their natural habitat? Well you’re in luck, because we host public tours …

Nathan Seidle Bio

Nathan Seidle is the founder and CEO of SparkFun Electronics in Boulder, Colo. Nathan founded SparkFun in 2003 while an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering. Nathan opened SparkFu…

RAMTEC Maker PD

RAMTEC Maker PD //We invite you to join the Google+ community for extra content and to learn from others participants! // Teaching and learning computational thinking, computer code and digi…

EdWeek_Clouds

STEM Activity: Build an Indoor Cloud Display that Mimics the Weather! This engaging STEM activity motivates and intrigues students while taking…

Defend The Open Internet

Defend the Open Internet When cash speaks louder than innovation the Internet ceases to be open.This could happen. You can stop it. I. The Internet of today Today the Internet is an open plac…

Installing Custom Boards in Arduino

Written By Timothy Holmberg Last Edited 7/13/15 Introduction We’ll use a great project from Casey at Sparkfun for our example today. In this project Casey makes a cool GPS based Speedometer fo…

Stepoko

The Stepoko runs Grbl software and is able to connect to your computer, accept G-code and translate that to stepper motor commands (complete with stepper motor drivers). The Shapeoko on the other …

OSHW

Open Source Hardware If a device or project has this icon, it means the plans must: Contain editable source files Allow for modification No discrimination against groups (Flying Spaghetti Monster) …

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources Here are a few resources that we’ve used here at SparkFun around teaching PicoBoard and Scratch. This page is a work-in-progress. Please email us at (education…

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