We built a system to monitor the water temperature and clarity within a fish tank for the lane tech aquaponics class.
Students enter class and show their grade by pressing one out of the five buttons. Sound is being measured to see correlations with grades.
A sensor that detects how many people walk in or out of a class room as well as temperature.
We used three types of sensors in order to catalog the usage of the dance room at our school and the impact the students have on the room.
This project help you safe electricity. it will turn off the lights for you during the daylight in anyplace of the house you want.
Incorporating design and coding, this project has investigated the relationship between the audio levels and temperature in a classroom.
Your favorite drinks taste better together. Sir Mix-a-Drink makes it easy to get the mix right.
This project is designed to observe the air quality within the Lane Tech basement for JROTC students.
Senses sound around it and measures it on a scale
An automated dog food dispenser that can be controlled via a timer, knob, or a button on your phone.
We asked math teachers how they were feeling. They had the option of either responding with happy, indifferent, or sad.
Monitoring temperature, humidity, and other meta tags, we seek to find factors in the classroom that cause students to sleep.
When the weather is higher than 65 F, the red LED will light up and when the weather is lower than 65 F, the yellow LED will light up.
A Data-collecting mote design that was used for the Lane Of Things Group 309.
BMA250 is a small, thin, ultralow power, 3-axis accelerometer with high resolution (13-bit) measurement at up to ±16 g.
A device that records the activity of a bearded dragon in its cage.
BH1715 is a digital Ambient Light Sensor with an I²C bus interface. The BH1715 is commonly used to obtain the ambient light data.
H3LIS331DL is a low-power high performance 3-axis linear accelerometer belonging to the “nano” family, with digital I²C serial interface.
Our project detects sound and the data is collected so that we can measure at what points in the day has the highest amount of volume.
We collected data using sensors to determine how temperature affects sound level in the orchestra room at Lane Tech.
Too lazy to walk and turn something on Want to cheaply control your home power usage while out Well here's a button (and app) to solve it!
By using PIR Proximity Sensors, we detected the amount of activity in the counseling office in order to help others plan their visits.
HYT939 is a digital humidity sensor which works on I2C communication protocol.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing. This project involves relays, and the app Blynk to control lights.
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