Smart, internet connected hot tub control system. Increase energy efficiency and convenience through better control and logic.
The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little device. I will show how you can have a complete standalone wireless/wired home automation system.
AWS-IOT provides server-side state management for applications where the Particle is asleep most of the time, i.e. battery powered.
No Blynk libraries for Bluz? No problem!
Blynk app allows selection of a desired temperature. A space heater turns on once actual temperature drops below desired temperature.
Building a "Solar Power measuring Junction Box" with solar charging a 12 VDC Battery light sensing and Temperature Sensing going to MQTT.
Impress your friends with this amazing Alexa controlled fogger using a Particle Photon, a vape device, and 3D printed parts.
Shoot first, ask questions later. Supervision optional. (Some assembly required, batteries not included.)
Use your voice or Text Message in Facebook Messenger to control your Home Appliances with Particle Photon using Api.ai.
Accurately control beer fermentation temperature while monitoring it from anywhere.
In this application we will trigger a relay on a Particle Photon controller via OpenHab running on a Raspberry Pi. MQTT used to trigger.
Never run out of toilet paper again. Roll Pole monitors the toilet paper and orders fresh supplies when you are down to that last roll.
Visualize and Control your Heart Rate with Kylo Ren's Lightsaber, Particle, Microsoft Band, and Windows 10
My iRobot got fried when it got wet from rain coming in the window..I HACKED IT using Particle, STM32 dev board and Adacore
I bought the Google AIY Voice Kit to compare it with Amazon Echo, and see what platform is easier to develop an IoT app using Particle.
In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how I made a project to detect leaks and stop them in your house. Receive alerts via text and email.
Control LED strips, low voltage halogen lamps and other 12V gadgets over WiFi with a Particle Photon.
After researching the Sonoff WiFi switch, I decided to build my own switch box mountable 120V input IoT switch.
Use of a Particle Photon, sensors, and a 2-relay shield to monitor garage conditions and remotely control my garage door & light.
Sound sensor construction for the Lane of Things project at Wrigley Field.
IoT Alarm based on Particle Photon. Alerts via Pushover. Managed by iPhone app. Sensors based on 1-wire, I2C, Serial and Particle Cloud.
In this project, I will share some of the techniques used by my low-cost robot car projects.
VivoGreen is a "smart home" application that combines user inputs and predictive formulas to create the most comfortable living situation.
Keep your wine at optimum serving or storage temperatures. Powered by Particle and UWP.