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Students use LilyPad technology to create turn-signal jackets for cycling.
By recycling industrial waste, composting, donating materials to local educators and harnessing solar, we're getting greener every year.
After working hard to build the exterior of their energy-efficient model home, students at Colorado School of Mines start on the electrical system using SparkFun hardware.
Students use the Bare Conductive Touch Board and conductive paint to showcase their talents.
SparkFun partners with the LA Philharmonic for its first-ever music hackathon.
Girls make awesome use of LilyPad donations
A wrap-up of summer events run by our community partners
Rocky Mountain STEAM Fest gives attendees the chance to learn by playing
Community partner creates an interactive escape room
Student team wins big for wasteless design incorporating Arduino
Students build Cheerlights display that changes color with tweets
Maker hopes mini arcade cabinet puzzles will entice donors
SparkFun proudly supports annual STEAM event
Autonomous robots designed to navigate extra-terrestrial terrain
Students at Colorado School of Mines aim to maximize energy efficiency in model build
Upcycling manufacturing materials for student STEM projects
Mario the Maker Magician wows audiences with electronics
Come watch the games at SparkFun's headquarters or on our live streams!
Six days and counting till the biggest, best autonomous vehicle competition in SparkFun history Sept. 17
See what you can do with the Tessel 2 and some imagination!
No public wish lists :(