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Create a web-connected light-strip API controllable from your website, using the Particle.io.
Here explains how to visualize data from Particle Photon in Adafruit.io dashboard and integration in IFTTT.
Internet enabled, presence-simulating home security device that simulates light emanating from a television.
We collected data using sensors to determine how temperature affects sound level in the orchestra room at Lane Tech.
Team Group 402
Work in progress
Water your plants by simply asking Alexa to water your plants for you.
Make the perfect steak with a sous vide machine made using Modulo, Particle and an old Crock Pot
Add life to any old poster at home using a Spark Core, Neo-pixels and piezo buzzer
Using a spark core (with relay board) to do a very quick hack and remote control the Christmas tree lights from my phone.
by James Singleton on unop.uk
Use a Scanalogic-2 EDU Kit to analyze I2C sensor data, calculate the measured humidity from the data frames and validate the result.
Interactive Voice Response system using Particle Core, GSM Breakout Board, Emic2 and DTMF Decoder
Never forget to leave a light on before leaving your house, giving people the idea that someone may be there.
Team Light Solutions
One example on how you can test all the components of your IoT solution at once; app, cloud, and device
With Particle Cloud, IFTTT and Rotilio Maker clicking a button you'll publish the on board temperature sensor to your Facebook account.
Here explains how to create a webhook to read data in particle event and visualize it graphically in thingspeak.com
Control Spark Core using Google Glass
Tasker, Particle, Raspberry Pi, Alexa, EventGhost, Voice Controlled Home Automation that is inexpensive and fun to build.
Death Star turret controlled using servo and particle photon.
Make a chair which will keep sending the message to your loved one that you are doing fine.. let's make the best tech Christmas gift...
A coffee maker that can be controlled and temperature monitored over the cloud using a Particle Photon.
Team Coffee Connoisseurs
Sneaky kids stealing that Halloween candy? Use a Particle Photon to detect and report motion events.
The Smart Kegerator uses the Particle Photon to take volume measurements of your Kegerator and will notify you when it is getting low.
Turn your lights off in your room and watch the RGB led light strip light up. Great for parties and can be used for exterior illumination.
Team AMATEUR HOUR
Tired of the monotony of a cup of Joe? This product spices up your morning routine with mobile control and a musical alarm!
Team Cappuccino Crew
Show the status of your Death Star with this Death Star indicator.
Putting 21st century technology into a 1989 Ford Mustang. A security system that gives the user control of their vehicle's ignition.
Team IOT Project 40
This project helps save ones time from constantly checking water fixtures and assures that the animals will always have water.
Treece Hogan and Kolton Hawks
Control Lifx bulbs with a Particle Photon.
Christmas Tree lights, controlled by text messages.
by Will Dages on willd.me
Using XBee and Spark Core for RF Communication
A garden monitoring system based on Intel Galileo and Spark
by Antonio Lignan on techscrapbox.blogspot.com
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