Build a Qwiic Jukebox that is Toddler Approved!

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Resources and Going Further

If you've made it this far into the tutorial, we hope you are happy with a completed jukebox of your own! If you are having any trouble, or have some more questions, please feel free to reach out in the comments below or on our forum.

For more information, check out the resources below:

If you'd like to share your project with the SparkFun community or browse to see others, here are some related forum pages:

  • SparkFun Forum Discussion: Projects (A great place to share your project and/or ask questions)
  • SparkFun Forum Discussion: QWIIC System (Anything with a QWIIC system, post here)

Need some inspiration for your next project? Check out some of these other Qwiic product tutorials:

Qwiic Accelerometer (MMA8452Q) Hookup Guide

Freescale’s MMA8452Q is a smart, low-power, three-axis, capacitive micro-machined accelerometer with 12-bits of resolution. It’s perfect for any project that needs to sense orientation or motion. We’ve taken that accelerometer and stuck it on a Qwiic-Enabled breakout board to make interfacing with the tiny, QFN package a bit easier.

SparkFun LoRa Gateway 1-Channel Hookup Guide

How to setup and use the LoRa Gateway 1-Channel in Arduino.

Build a Qwiic Jukebox that is Toddler Approved!

Follow this tutorial to build your own custom jukebox. Note, this is designed simple and tough for use primarily with toddlers. It's also a great introduction to SparkFun's Qwiic products!
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Hookup Guide for the BlackBoard Artemis ATP

Get started with the BlackBoard Artemis ATP - all the functionality of the SparkFun Artemis module wrapped in the Mega Arduino Footprint