New robotics products, some hardware bits, and a new touch screen.
A new breakout and a new touch pot will really help you get in contact with the region of the atmosphere and outer space seen from Earth.
Check out this month's episode of "According to Pete."
We've got a new op amp tutorial using LTSpice, along with a neat little portable project: a mini guitar amp.
Servos, a touch screen LCD, and more! Check out what's new for this week.
Today we have a demo of the new 4D Systems screens!
A cool new sensor, some revisions, and other great stuff. Check out what's new.
Be more diligent with your analog and digital circuits outside the lab!
Just a touch over a week left for our National Tour Kickstarter!
Build an effects pedal or analog equalizer using the SparkFun Proto Pedal!
Make your own digital handpan drum using the Teensy Audio Shield and the Teensy's built-in capacitive touch inputs.
Here are the twenty-one winners of our analogy contest, along with the analogies. It was really hard to pick winners because there were so many good entries. Thanks for the help teaching, guys!
A new Bare Conductive touch board, as well as four brilliant Pimoroni boards, all for your Raspberry Pi!
The nRF52832 Breakout, SmartiPi Touch, Serial-Controlled Motor Driver and RedBearLab BLE Nano Kit round out today's brand new products! Happy Friday!
New tutorials and Arduino libraries for the DeadOn RTC and Real Time Clock module breakout boards – plus, a fun little analog clock project.
Rather than a lengthy exploration of a single subject, I'm going to touch on a couple of smaller dishes.
The <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8635">electret mics</a> we sell work great, but often need some amplification to be able to hook an analog audio signal to a micro.
Today we are happy to bring you a handy BNC adapter board for the Digilent Analog Discovery 2 and an updated version of the popular 2xAAA battery holder.
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.
Hack your Android-based phone with the SparkFun IOIO
Check out a new class: "Processing the Danger Shield"
Active RFID to open your car doors. Maps to Maker Faire and presentation times. And a bunch of new stuff!
I think this is the most we have posted, ever? 25 new products!
What color is Metallic Salmon? I have no idea, but the S371 does.
SparkFun gets a lift on a low-atmosphere student satellite. And we have some new products too.
Learn how to control a computational program with your Arduino sensors!
A deliciously designed maze and new products galore!
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.
A new tutorial on SMA connectors (it's good) and new products: Arduino Kit, SMA adapters, SD Sniffer, OSD breakout, function generator, ADXL335, kits, power supplies, GE864 cellphone module, we now carry books!, resistor kit, and a handful of others.
Connect your Arduino Ethernet to the Pachube API to display and log data on the web.
This week we have some exciting new tools, a robot platform, and some other stuff.
Stay connected with this Particle Photon-enabled stuffed animal.
It's yet another new product post with a couple breakout boards and some products you asked for last week!
Join us June 13-14th at Denver Mini Maker Faire!
A few us from engineering got to attend the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month. Here's some of the stuff we can show.
A look back at what went wrong, why and how we fixed our issues with data.sparkfun.com
MakerCamp was a month long camp where makers, designers and mentors from different parts of the world and with varying skill sets came together to work on projects they wanted to dive deeper into. The group of participants flew in from all over the globe last month (August) to hack, make, teach, work together, and document their making process. In the end they came away with a global community of support for prototypes that can be kick-started into real life projects. As SparkFun was a partner in the camp, we wanted to showcase some of the awesome people and projects from the camp last month.