Or do, we aren't your parent. This week, we have a new 8 Channel Level Shifter, a version of our famous OpenLog Artemis, and some new USB-C cables, and we'll see what SparkX is up to!

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When Adam Garbo of the Water and Ice Research Laboratory at Carleton University saw a lack of data coming from the cryosphere, he turned to an affordable, open-sourced solution he dubbed the Cryologger.

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When Jean Rabault Førland was looking for a cheaper and more compact way to collect data on sea ice for the Norwegian Meteorological Institute, he looked to the Artemis Global Tracker (AGT) as an alternative.

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The Artemis Global Tracker is now fully supported + MicroMod gets a full blown GNSS board!

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Once upon a time it was monsters hidden in the barcodes of everyday items, but now there are electronic components stuck inside. Using the RedBoard Artemis, Barcode Scanner Breakout and Qwiic Micro OLED Display, we can unlock them for a fun game.

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The Teensy MicroMod Processor is now available, along with a new version of our RedBoard and a new OpenLog Artemis Kit!

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A new Cryptographic Dev Kit is available with a new Qwiic SGP40 Air Quality Sensor, and RPi Compute Module 4!

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Check out the complete digital bonus edition of Elektor Magazine filled with five extra articles

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Just because it’s already October and you haven’t started this year’s Halloween build doesn’t mean it can’t still be epic! SparkFun’s Qwiic I2C environment can help even us Olympic-level procrastinators rival the street’s best Halloween builds!

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Working from home is not without its difficulties, but with just a couple of proximity sensors and SparkFun's new Qwiic Dual Solid State Relay, you can create a light show with a wave of your hands.

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We recently joined Arm to talk about the the Artemis Dev Kit running Mbed OS, BLE, tinyML and development with Arduino IDE.

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The added functionality of BLE in the Artemis Development Kit means it can be connected to a local web application! We explore this by streaming the on-board sensor data to a local host.

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All SparkFun Artemis boards now feature full BLE Arduino IDE and Arm Mbed OS support, including two new kits!

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We tested out the new SparkFun OpenLog Artemis by taking it down one of Boulder's many hills of a driftable trike!

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The OpenLog Artemis has graduated from SparkX and we have a new version of our popular Qwiic Kit for Raspberry Pi!

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In a new tutorial we'll revisit some RFID basics, and practice by making a remote work logger using an RFID reader and a GPS module.

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