Official Propeller Conference Call for Speakers!

The Official Propeller Conference hosted by Parallax is fast approaching. Interested in speaking at the conference? We cordially invite you to submit an abstract of your 20-minute presentation for consideration to The Call for Speakers closes March 15th, and the final speaking schedule will be announced late March, early April.We look forward to seeing you at the conference.

2013 National microMedic Contest Kit Box 2013 National MicroMedic Contest - Parallax partners with the U.S. Army and CMU

Parallax Partners with the U.S. Army and Carnegie Mellon University to host the 2013 National microMedic Contest to Encourage Medical Innovation

Uncle Sam Wants You! Now’s your chance to change the way our country does medical simulation and battlefield care. The 2013 microMedic National Contest is calling the best and brightest, that’s you, to help invent new medical applications using microcontrollers. With over $25,000 in cash and prizes awarded to the... More

Thanksgiving at Parallax

Parallax would like to give thanks for our amazing friends and customers. As we approach the Holiday Season, Parallaxians are getting in the spirit of giving by running Thanksgiving races for charity and contributing donations to a toy drive for local foster kids. We encourage you to join us in this season of giving by supporting your local charities at whatever level you can.

As a token of our thanks, Parallax is putting dozens of products on sale this Thanksgiving holiday weekend... More

Congratulations to Parallax Forums Member Mike Green!

Parallax would like to congratulate Mike Green on his 20,000th forum post. Mike has been a very active member of the Parallax forums since joining in 2004. Mike has helped countless members of the Parallax community with their projects and ideas. Thank you Mike for your continued support of the Parallax community.


Our Propeller-powered display in the lobby greeting our Sparkfun guests. Sparkfun LilyPad eTextiles Workshop at Parallax Headquarters

On Wednesday October 24th the Sparkfun team showed up at the Parallax Inc headquarters in Rocklin, CA to teach their eTextiles class using the Arduino Lilypad. Locals interested in getting started with electronic textiles as well as some Parallaxians gathered together for the class. The class taught by Sparkfun’s Jeff Branson, started with an introduction into programming the Arduino Lilypad. After a few hours honing our programming chops we were able to sew some lightning bug swatches... More