Sure, Prime day is happening now, but where’s the DIY fun in that?

Here’s a GitHub tutorial on how to build your own Alexa powered speaker.

DIY Alexa with the ESP32 Want to build your own Alexa? All you will need is an ESP32 and Microphone board. Demo video and code walkthrough is available here on YouTube I’m using a microphone breakout board that I’ve built myself based around the ICS-43434 – but any microphone […]

In this video, take a closer look at a commercial LIDAR sensor for hobbyists.

Find out how the sensor manages to measure the distance to objects placed all around it and how we can use this data with a computer and an Arduino.

At the end watch a small robot which uses the LIDAR system to “crudely” navigate through a room.

SparkFun is a company well known for their IoT goodies and, now, they are venturing into the AI space with this new TensorFlow based kit: the SparkFun Artemis.

SparkFun released the company’s first open-source, embedded-systems module, SparkFun Artemis, Engineering Version. The SparkFun Artemis is intended to empower engineers, prototype makers, and R&D teams to integrate the TensorFlow machine-learning platform into any design. Additionally, the SparkFun team has launched three boards with the unshielded module: BlackBoard Artemis; BlackBoard […]