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Monitoring temperature, humidity, and other meta tags, we seek to find factors in the classroom that cause students to sleep.
Team Hot Taco
With the help of Firmata, the Arduino or Particle devices control from the PC.
Here's a spin on the venerable temperature/humidity logging module. Our version is an IoT utilizing a Particle Photon and a DHT22.
Team Hobbs Squad
I share my first steps with the sensor BME280 (temp / humi / pressure / altitude) and an OLED 128 * 64 px
Get notified when evil squirrels attack your Halloween art
Open, close and monitor a garage door opener with a smart phone using a Particle Photon and the Blynk application.
Create a beacon-enabled treasure box with a remote entry that can enhance a user's experience in a cultural site.
A simple project for remote temperature sensing of any environment. Provides live temperature readings to your phone and over the internet.
Whatever the day holds for you, always make sure that you are above the weather instead of under it.
Team ORGANIZED CONFUSION
This will show you the steps and pitfalls when installing this toolchain under cygwin on a Windows 7 64 bit computer.
by Karl Kaiser on bentuino.com
This project uses iOS or android phones to open/garage door. It also senses temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and altitude.
Team Double D
This motion light will automatically tell if it is day or night, and will only activate itself if there is motion and the sun is down.
Setup multiple targets, then modify simple ray guns to shoot them and dispense candy each time. Great for the kids Halloween Party!
A motion controlled Christmas, for your own home. And they turn off automatically after no motion is detected to save energy and money.
Stephen Young and Joseph LeNoir
Motion Activated Alarm System!
Zachary Hunnicutt and Jackson Stone
Leverage a Particle Internet Button (Photon) to do visual and audible notifications through Particle's API.
This may be the Pac-Man you're looking for, and we added a twist to demonstrate the versatility of the Photon microcontroller!
light up a "welcome" sign when you open your garage, and a lamp in the living room whenever you close it (to find your way when its dark).
An angel made from hand and foot traces of my angels
A simple step approach to building a motion sensor that can send an alert to your phone/device. For MEGR 3171 at UNC Charlotte.
Don't spend hundreds of dollars on aftermarket temperature sensors or rely on a fake gauge ever again!
Team V8 Renegades
Automated vent to control airflow into a room, controlled by mobile friendly web app.
This is a pair of sensors that collect the temperature and humidity of a location, along with the soil moisture of a particular plant.
Yet another temperature-humidity sensor publishing to dweeter, with WiFi auto-disconnect and a push button to read daily max and min values.
Giuseppe Lo Presti
We asked math teachers how they were feeling. They had the option of either responding with happy, indifferent, or sad.
It is an effortless way to lock/unlock your door!
Team Key Masters
Make it possible to activate a bubble machine from anywhere using a Particle Photon.
This project uses the "DO" app from IFTTT and a Particle Photon module to allow you to briefly unlock a door.
Team Practical Projects
A quick and easy way to control a fan with the touch of a button.
Work in progress
This project uses 2 Particle Photons to control whether the lights are on or off in your room automatically by sensing ambient light.
Nealson Lawrence and Ian Peksa
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