Team 19 (Daniel Shirilla, Dylan McClintock, River Issacsson-Savela)
An easy particle argon setup that allows you to see the temperature of a room from any location, as well as receive notifications
This is a very simple photosensor-based system that alerts the user when the refrigerator door is left open.
Utilizing the Particle Argon, Group 027 has created a device that will put your hearing health first, preventing overexposure to loud noise.
A wifi enabled plant/greenhouse monitor with temperature/humidity, raindrop, and soil moisture sensors.
Do you have trouble waking up? Do normal alarm clocks just not seem to do the trick? Well, we hope you don't "sleep" on our idea.
This device measures the temperature of the room. When it is above a specified temperature a LED will be activated to let you know.
This is an automatic watering system for your house hold plant, it also tells time and room temp.
Do you love having plants around the house but only water them when you notice the leaves are dying? Then try the thirsty plant system.
Monitor your daily water usage, donate water for remote areas, crop plantation using IoT.
A project to see when to water a plant
Control the position of a microphone stand remotely through Blynk.
The Fire Alert System detects fires and immediately alerts the operator. The operator can then send a message back that help is on the way.
This is an IOT project for MEGR 3171 where two argons communicate with each other to light up LEDs on each other's particle argon device.
Automatic Plant Watering System with a built-in time-lapse to watch your plant grow!
Do not be discouraged if you are not a green thumber! Here is a watering system that can account for complex human lifestyles.
See Mars's Average Pressure, visualized using a servo motor.
Webhook project involving the Spotify API that takes a specific track and alternates colours at each measure like a "metronome".
Have a dog start barring his teeth if not enough dogs are being adopted.
Turn APRS (GPS) location signals into a visual map with your Particle Argon!
Have you ever wondered if your plant needs more water? We will show you how to measure your soil for proper plant hydration treatment!
The purpose of this project is to create a simple communication network between three particle Argon systems that flashes SOS in Morse code.
This project is to monitor the temperatures of vehicle audio equipment to ensure safe operating temperatures.
Set up a device in your cabinet to notify you when to wash your dishes. This device requires the Particle Argon or Photon.