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Hack a 14$ kettle in order to control it during your day. You can adjust target temperature and program it for tomorrow morning!
In this article we setup a Particle Photon module to monitor temperature throught the SI7020-A20 temperature/humidity mini module sensor.
Share the cool but maintain your own cool during peak energy usage!
Team Carter and De Piante
Smart lock that fits over your deadbolt and can be controlled from anywhere. Can issue or revoke keys for guests
How to blink multiple LEDs at different rates on Arduino-like boards using threads in just a few lines of code... the magic of Zerynth!
Luigi Francesco Cerfeda
Easy to print, control & extend, treaded vehicle. And with the onboard wireless power component, you can charge the tank while parked.
Did you miss Darth Vader in the latest movie! Just hang this on your wall!
An analog clock that uses hands to show the physical location of family members
Use the Photon and 3D printed part to make Darth Vader's Command center, which display weather,surf report,tweets and a message from Mom.
Work in progress
DroneHome ensures you'll never lose a drone (or anything else for that matter) after a fall into tall grass, a tree, bush, rooftops, whatev!
Hello. I am 9. I love Darth Vader. I want to turn a photon into a Vader Vambrace. This Vambrace turns off TVs!
Team Vader Vambrace
Turn your headphones into a wearable computer that can send and receive commands through a web page or a Pebble Time watch.
This project is a template for controlling a motor through a particle photon over the cloud. It can be expanded to use more motors.
Hooking up a Universal Windows App color picker control with an RGB LED on a Photon using a Particle Cloud function.
Team Falafel Software
CheerLights that are controlled by tweets and that change color in synchronization with all the other CheerLights around the world.
Motion activated bed lighting, including an ambient light sensor, relaxing color scenes, and Adafruit.io control.
A Wifi Relay controlled by the Spark Core.
by ohmyfarads on ohmyfarads.com
Have you ever wanted to control everything in your home with a single device? Imagine this device being a fully wireless button!
Relays and Spark cores with voice commands
Connecting IKEA DIODER to spark core
This is a project which helps you to detect the one who break into your rooms without your authorization.
Robotic arm controlled over the internet to perform pick and place operation.
Green Robot Machinery
These motion activated toilet lights will change your entire outlook on using the bathroom.
Team You Can Wear 'em Twice
The Stinker Blinker will detect whether the bathroom door is closed/open and will turn a siren on/off to indicate vacancy.
An 8x8 LED Display driven by a MAX7219 and a Spark Core. Display content updated from an Azure Web Site using the SparkIODotNet Library.
When the world is full of Pokémon, you need a Particle connected Pokéball to Catch 'em all!
A more efficient way to transmit binary states (on/off) used for things like LEDs and relays to and from your IoT devices.
I know you have lost your keys, but what about your entire car?
A simple train time ticker that displays the current time + the trains arriving to a specific platform in the next 30 minutes
Make IoT devices easier to configure and manage on a local network using mDNS (Bonjour, zeroconf) and Webduino (web server library)
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