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I'll use the Force to control the humans and a Droid Caller to summon my R2D2.
Leave your bedroom door unlocked with ease knowing no one has entered your room. They will get caught otherwise.
Team Gotcha Security
This is a controller that makes 3 connections wireless.
This smoke detector sends a notification to your phone when smoke has been detected, and you can open the solenoid valve by a SMS.
Team Group #6
Redneck project by a redneck team.
This project lets users remotely lock and unlock a deadbolt to a door and record an intruder if the door is opened.
Team IOT Project 37
SHT25 I2C Humidity and Temperature Sensor ±1.8%RH ±0.2°C I2C Mini Module.
Dcube Tech Ventures
Ever wondered if you could remote control some lights around the house? This is how you can do it on a college student budget.
Yanick Gomez and Cody Thompson
A generic temperature sensor that covers a wide variety of uses.
Bradley Nguyen and Will Standifer
Have you grown tired of climbing to the attic on a daily basis just to check the mouse trap which hasn't yet caught a mouse?
This project will teach you how to build a photon that collects sound levels using the Sparkfun Electronics Sound Detector.
Team Group 407
Simple program to control RGB light using Alexa and Particle.
Pinky from Pacman with motion activated eye animation.
This project makes a remote for pausing Netflix/Hulu using Amazon Echo.
BMG160 is basically a 16-bit, digital, triaxial, gyroscope sensor which can measure angular rates.
With Particle Photon and Node.js you can easily develop a web app to open the gate of your building.
Smart Hoop is an indoor basketball hoop that counts your score, up to 5 with a distance sensor, then displays it via an led display.
Team tech ballers
Your first clock with 4 components, based on Grove and TM1637.
MCP9808 is a highly accurate digital temperature sensor ±0.5°C I2C mini module.
A pan shift that will allow you so see more angles on your camera!
The Best Team Name
Combining multiple sensors, such as PIR motion sensors and temperature sensors, to create a model of a smart home.
Our spinoff on the Array of Things project, making a laser to track the activity level of areas in a high school.
Team Group 801
We are going to be examining the frequency of bathroom pass usage for specific classrooms in the school.
Team Group 516
A sensor that returns the number of amps and the amount of power used at different times throughout the day.
Team Angel / Jakub / Nigel
Measuring UV level, Carbon Monoxide, and Hydrogen in the greenhouse of Lane Tech.
Team Group 403
Never find yourself out of Whiskey with this setup that will notify you at the perfect time to hit the ABC store.
Andrea Lieberman and David Rosenfield
A motion sensor to be placed in a cabinet or drawer that sends you a notifcation whenever it's disturbed, along with displaying a message.
The Loneliest Team
This sound sensor allows you to measure the minimum average, the maximum average, and the overall average values of sound over a timeframe.
Team LoT Group 401
We measured the level of activity within our school’s counseling department by using a range sensor at the department's entrance.
Team Group 405
This project will turn on an A/C unit when you are in your room and automatically turn off to save energy.
Tom Nobles and Caleb Troxell
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