Sparx can refer to:
- Sparx, the nickname of Sprx-77 in Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!
- Sparx (Ace Lightning), a character from Ace Lightning
- Sparx (Spyro), a character in the Spyro series of video games
- Sparx Animation Studios, a CGI animation studio
- Sparx Systems, an Australian software company
- Sparx (band), a band formed by the top five winners of the first season of Popstars Indonesia
- Sparx (US band), a Spanish band from New Mexico
- Sparx (comics), an electricity based superhero, and member of the Ravers
- SparX, the name of team 1126, in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)
- Sparx (artist), a graffiti artist in England
SparX is the pop group formed by the top five winners of the first season of Popstars Indonesia in 2003. They launched their self-titled debut album in 2004, spawning a one-hit wonderSayangi Aku Apa Adanya. The name SparX originates from the word sparkling to reflect the sparkle in the talent of each member.
Sparx is an American New Mexico music band. The band is composed of the four Sanchez sisters Verónica, Rosamaria, Kristyna and Carolina. Their brother Lorenzo Antonio is also a renowned singing artist in his own right. They were known beginning with their childhood career, in the 1980s. In the 1990s they found fame in Mexico and most Latin American countries in addition to success in the United States. They recorded a variety of styles of songs including pop songs, as well as Latin classics, corridos, cumbias, ballads, and boleros. They had a comeback with joint albums as Lorenzo Antonio y Sparx.
They had their beginning taking part in a songwriting competition at the festival Juguemos a Cantar with the winning song "Vamos a Jugar". They appeared as "Lorenzo Antonio y Su Grupo" (Lorenzo Antonio and His Group).
The sisters came from a musical family. Their father Amador Sanchez was a musician, songwriter, and record producer known as Tiny Morrie who had a huge hit "Cartas Tristes". Their mother, Gloria Pohl, was a vocalist who has recorded two albums. Their grandmother was a concert producer in Albuquerque who produced shows by Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and James Brown. Their uncle, Albert Sanchez was the lead singer and leader of the band Bandido and a renowned musician known as Al Hurricane dubbed Godfather of New Mexico Music. An added member of the band was their uncle Gabriel, known as Baby Gaby, and later, Al's son Al Hurricane Jr.
Many of their songs have hit the top 10 on Billboards Latin charts. The band has also been nominated for Billboard awards and the Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Group or Duo of the Year at the 7th Lo Nuestro Awards.
Sparx members and their brother Lorenzo Antonio are very much involved in charity through Sparx Lorenzo Antonio Foundation. Since 2001, date of its establishment, the foundation distributes college scholarships for New Mexico high school students.
SPARX (Smart, Positive, Active, Realistic, X-factor thoughts) is a free online computer program for New Zealand residents only, intended to help young persons with mild to moderate depression, stress or anxiety. Through the game, this e-therapy will teach them how to resolve their issues on their own, according to a talking psychotherapeutic approach called Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Before taking part in this game, a personality test is required to determine if SPARX will be suited and helpful for the future user.