Pi Servo pHAT (v2) Hookup Guide

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Raspberry Pi Tutorials

Headless Raspberry Pi Setup

Configure a Raspberry Pi without a keyboard, mouse, or monitor.

How to Use Remote Desktop on the Raspberry Pi with VNC

Use RealVNC to connect to your Raspberry Pi to control the graphical desktop remotely across the network.

Graph Sensor Data with Python and Matplotlib

Use matplotlib to create a real-time plot of temperature data collected from a TMP102 sensor connected to a Raspberry Pi.

How to Run a Raspberry Pi Program on Startup

In this tutorial, we look at various methods for running a script or program automatically whenever your Raspberry Pi (or other Linux computer) boots up.

Robotics Tutorials

Wireless Joystick Hookup Guide

A hookup guide for the SparkFun Wireless Joystick Kit.

SparkFun 5V/1A LiPo Charger/Booster Hookup Guide

This tutorial shows you how to hook up and use the SparkFun 5V/1A LiPo Charger/Booster circuit.

Basic Autonomous Kit for Sphero RVR Assembly Guide

Get your Basic Autonomous Kit for Sphero RVR all hooked up with this guide!

Jetson Nano + Sphero RVR Mash-up (PART 2)

We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships from the previous year and shazamed them together into one robot to rule them all!

Servo and Motor Control Tutorials

ESP32 Thing Power Control Shield Hookup Guide

This tutorial shows you how to get started with the ESP32 Thing Power Control Shield.

Light-Seeking Robot

We use parts from the SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.0 to create a light-seeking robot that mimics the behavior of single-celled organisms.

SparkFun ESP32 DMX to LED Shield

Learn how to utilize your DMX to LED Shield in a variety of different ways.

Wireless Gesture Controlled Robot

Control the RedBot wirelessly based on the movement of your hand using an accelerometer, Arduino, and XBees!

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