Get ready for your next conference with the PyBadge Conference Badge. With this simple project, not only can you show off some of your basic details for people to contact you, but you can also control the NeoPixels at the bottom to draw people's attention to your badge.

This project displays a simple name tag that is drawn using code, so it is easy to customize without the need to do any graphical editing. Additionally, since CircuitPython is capable of displaying unicode, fonts are very customizable.


What's the size of a credit card and can run CircuitPython, MakeCode Arcade or Arduino? That's right, its the Adafruit PyBadge! We wanted to see how much we...
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What's the size of a credit card and can run CircuitPython, MakeCode Arcade or Arduino even when you're on a budget? That's right, it's the Adafruit...
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Be sure to grab a lanyard so you can easily show off your badge.

We've got our Circuit Playground friends on lunchboxes, 
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This project doesn't use the speaker, but they're inexpensive and very easy to add in case you decide to get creative and add sound. 

Hear the good news! This wee speaker is a great addition to any audio project where you need 8 ohm impedance and 1W or less of power. We particularly like...
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Also, be sure to pick up a couple of batteries in case they get low on power so you can just swap them out. The PyBadge comes with built-in charging circuitry, so they're very easy to charge.

Lithium-ion polymer (also known as 'lipo' or 'lipoly') batteries are thin, light, and powerful. The output ranges from 4.2V when completely charged to 3.7V. This...
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This guide was first published on May 28, 2019. It was last updated on May 28, 2019.

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