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NXP’s Rapid IoT prototyping kit is a comprehensive IoT end-node solution with a user-friendly development environment that enables users to quickly take their idea to a proof-of-concept. The kit is based on the Kinetis® K64 MCU and KW41Z wireless MCU, with an A1006 secure authenticator and NTAG I2C plus NFC interface.
Nintendo Labo Toy-Cons are a lot of fun to build, but customizing them is the real icing on the cake. Let's spice up the Piano Toy-Con with sound-triggered lighting effects courtesy of Circuit Playground Express.
Dial in the perfect color for your NeoPixel projects
Writing programs for the Raspberry Pi can be a fantastic way to learn a programming language, but not all programs are command-line based. In this blog, we will look at some of the various GUI libraries available for different languages.
If you have been wanting to design your own 3D printed object, Tinkercad is a great starting point. This tutorial will walk you through designing a simple project box. It has been designed to hold an Arduino Pro Mini, but you can change the dimensions to meet the needs of your own project.
This series of slides will demonstrate how to pair a Micro:bit with a cell phone, how to program it, and complete the coaster project using the ZIP Halo.
In this Maker.io project, we will use what we have learned about the Arduino, Eclipse, and external circuits to create a system that converts a detected color to a hashtag code for use with website design and graphics.
The SparkFun Inventor’s Kit (SIK) is your map for navigating the waters of beginning embedded electronics. This guide contains all the information you will need to build five projects encompassing the 16 circuits of the SIK.
Brief description of Altera's (Intel FPGA with ARM SoC) embedded in Terasic's Development and Education (DE) series Field Programmable Gate Array board DE10-Nano to understand the basics of this Self Balancing Robot Project
So you're up and running with a nifty CircuitPython board, but what can you connect to it to control hardware? There are lots of guides on drivers that are ported from Arduino to CircuitPython, but what if you have hardware with no CircuitPython driver yet?
Welcome to the world of Makey Makey! A world where everyday objects are much more than they appear. Bananas are more than just a curvy fruit — they’re keys to a virtual piano.
In this tutorial, we will be exploring a few general troubleshooting tips and possible solutions that frequently come up in SparkFun’s Technical Support department. Some of these tips may not apply to all cases and projects, but it is a good place to start to determine the source of the problem.
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