This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
A lamp that you can turn on and off at your convenience. Left it on? No problem, a simple graph can show you whether or not you left it on!
Connect Grove LCD RGB Backlight to Particle using I2C to display time.
Fire a laser whenever you get an email with a Particle Photon and IFTTT.
If you would like to be informed about when your roommate decides to munch on your snacks, see how to use a Particle Photon to do it.
Robokitty - A DIY Cat (or dog, or human) feeder powered by Node.
This is a controller that makes 3 connections wireless.
Measuring and predicting student attendance through the frequency of an opening door.
Hate when your alcoholic roommates steal your beer? Us too. This is how to set up an alarm on your beer fridge to see when they do.
A simple circuit that texts you when your tea/coffee/other hot drink is at proper drinking temperature!
Have your lights turn on right when you walk in your house!
Ever wondered if you could remote control some lights around the house? This is how you can do it on a college student budget.
Christmas Tree lights, controlled by text messages.
I'll use the Force to control the humans and a Droid Caller to summon my R2D2.
The Floodlight Security System uses the Particle Photon platform to turn on a lamp when motion is detected.
Rest your worries about someone coming into your living space without your knowledge and receive an alert straight to your phone!
Use a Particle Photon, a BME280 sensor and a cheap LCD20x4 to start your own clock project.
Set up two particles temperature sensors that will compare the outside temperature to inside temperature.
Capture and store your wins and losses as you play the Simon game. Send yourself an email if someone else is playing your Simon.
Particle Photon with DFPlayer along with animatronic drivers for Gemmi Frogz, Furby, Billy Bass, and other creatures.
The project opens the garage door using the particle App and it notifies the user if the garage door left open.
"Keeping It Cool" is a project that implements the use of two Particle Photons to control the temperature of a vehicle's intercooler.
Leave your bedroom door unlocked with ease knowing no one has entered your room. They will get caught otherwise.
3D printed "Quartz Crystal" looking nightlight.
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