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January 9, 2011
about 3 weeks ago
I’m a member of an FRC robotics team. Our non-technical division wrote a book entitled “Lily the Learner”, a short story targeted at children interested in becoming engineers. It highlights the interesting points about being an engineer and talks about a few of the many disciplines of engineering.
Your post made me think of it. It’s very important that we introduce engineering to children while they are still thinking about what they want to be when they grow up.
Product SEN-12589 |
about a month ago
Small typo in the Documents. Next to the datasheet, it says the part number is MMA8462Q. I believe the part is MMA8452Q.
News - Your SparkFun January Cap… |
about 2 months ago
As you can see, the automatic people move is still just a prototype.
News - December Caption Contest |
about 3 months ago
This is how Sparkfun brainstorms new widgets.
Product PRT-08534 |
about 4 months ago
Does anyone have a Digi-Key part number for this?
Product DEV-11868 |
about 7 months ago
You should sell replacement ribbon cables, they’re delicate and I know I’m going to end up tearing a few :p
News - The Moment of Truth |
about 10 months ago
Name Idea: Through-Hole Thursday!
News - Your April Caption Contes… |
Another brave soldier about to enter the war between AVR and PIC
Product LCD-11742 |
Actually, the programming is held on the board behind the screen. All the adapter shield does it break out the pins on the back to the Arduino or RPi footprint. Technically, the RPi and Arduino shield can be interchanged if you’re willing to do some wiring.
It could be, in a sense. You can’t see the GUI, however by default, the Raspbian kernel enables command line output over the serial interface at 115200 baud. I have connected the serial lines to a BlueSmiRF silver and opened a serial terminal on my laptop, I must say it’s really quite cool. I suppose you could program the screen to act as a simple serial terminal and it would work.
No public wish lists :(