This week we have some small products and a bunch of revisions. Check it out.
Jen FoxBot is back, and more luminous than ever!
Check out Chris Taylor's project for his Burning Man camp.
An easy project to keep your quadrupedal family members safe!
How to make faux neon signs with EL wire and rigid aquarium tubing
Examining one of the categories that occupies significant space on my workbench: wire strippers.
In this week's Enginursday post, Joel discusses how he went about making a control box for a large scale interactive EL wire art installation.
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.
Wired and reading on an iPad. And sure enough, the iPad blends!
SparkFun is clearing out our production stock and we have a few ICs that we don't use on current assemblies. Check out those and some new products.
Wherein I take a break from pushing pixels around to wire my biker scout trooper helmet for sound.
EL wire, power supplies, and some beginner electronics kits. Check out the goodies for this week.
Wiring 1.0 has been released! Wiring has opened up prototyping with electronics to wider audiences by defining an extensible architecture for future hardware and software.
Our shipping dock hasn't seen a lot of action this week, but we've still got a few really cool products. Also, next week we're taking requests.
Check out this new guides for getting started in the world of XBee.
EL Escudo new shield for Arduino. A new class for Monday and a few new user submitted projects.
Have you always wanted to experiment with electroluminescence?
Looking for information in the noise: a contest to crowdsource a better algorithm for accelerometer data.
A look behind-the-scenes of a SparkFun photoshoot, along with a new tutorial and a smattering of products.
In this episode, we'll explore how electric current flows through a circuit.
Now is your chance to vote for the winner of the Ponoko/SparkFun/GeekDad competition.
Checkout the new tutorial using the AVR ATmega168 with XBee wireless modules to create a very robust serial bootloader! We also posted a new GeoChron Blue GPS product, programmable oscillator, photocell, and a mux breakout.
Many schools and homes have VEX robotics systems. It's an awesome and amazing platform. I've casually mentioned to several friends that integrating VEX with Arduino is super simple to do... Here's a quick snap-shot at what we got working today.
Get ready for the next episode of "SparkFun Live!"
Check out January's edition of "According to Pete."
A new version of the classic Bus Pirate and an all new Raspberry Pi!
Live in the Vermont area? Check out this great workshop!
An overview of IoT technology
Home automation with the ESP8266 is now easier than ever!
It's 2011 and we expect this to be a big year for new products.
A generous helping of new product goodness!
Back on track after Thanksgiving with a few new products!
Is your project cumbersome? Let the new SparkFun OpenScale weigh in to handle the stress.
Join us this afternoon for some Halloween-themed projects!
Maker Faire 2008 was another extremely entertaining event. We got to catch up with lots of current customers (you guys rock) and met many new friends.
Check out this nice project from a SparkFun customer.
Exploring XBee, accelerometers, and USB peripherals by building a wireless tilt mouse.
Check out this cool dice project - no electronics, but pretty darn awesome.
Overview of the related M2X Learn tutorial, which walks users through the process of connecting an Arduino and CC3000 to AT&T's M2X service.
Few funding campaigns pull heartstrings while actually doing measurable good. Jerry, impressively, is doing both.
Learn how to do SMD soldering in our upcoming workshop!