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Follow this tutorial to build a Rotating Puzzle room for your Dungeon. This project incorporates parts from the OpenForge2.0 project with a few additional 3D-printed components and SparkFun's Qwiic and MicroMod systems to make a rotating puzzle room that can be activated by placing a magnet on the "secret" tile or remotely using a computer, phone, or tablet.
How I used Qwiic breakouts, the MicroMod system, and Tinkercad to make a joystick-controlled toy crane.
How I made a simple linear motion system using MicroMod, Qwiic breakouts, and 3D printed parts.
With a strip of solderable UV LED tape, a cheap poster frame, some scrap wood and a few Qwiic-enabled breakouts, I built this simple tabletop UV lightbox with a countdown exposure timer.
This example demonstrates how to create a simple server on your local WiFi network with endpoints that toggle the six RGB LEDs onboard the MicroMod Input and Display Carrier board, while also logging the LED activity (and other endpoint requests) to the TFT display.
Add some blink and glow to your Mario Kart Live races using the Qwiic Quad Relay to hack cheap dollar store junk.
SparkFun has been experimenting with micro tutorials for our various social media feeds. Have you had the chance to check them out?
Marcus demonstrates how the Qwiic System makes it super easy to build a novelty sound maker with a capacitive touch interface.
Parts for the MicroMod linear motion rail cart project
Components for UV light table that allows timed exposures...