Had to find a good use for replaced 12V AC plastic LED path lights, so why not make them into a menorah controlled by Alexa?
Tasker, Particle, Raspberry Pi, Alexa, EventGhost - Voice-controlled home automation that is inexpensive and fun to build.
In this project, I will share some of the techniques used by my low-cost robot car projects.
Display driver for WS2812B (Neopixel) LEDs using the Particle Photon.
My iRobot got fried when it got wet from rain coming in the window..I HACKED IT using Particle, STM32 dev board and Adacore
A simple add-on to a regular door the provides automatic operation based on voice command, smartphone command or presence detection.
It is a notifier with temperature and humidity sensor in it. The LED screen will show the temperature and humidity at present.
After researching the Sonoff WiFi switch, I decided to build my own switch box mountable 120V input IoT switch.
Track your hacker space equipment usage and condition with this simple Internet connected buttons solution.
Transform the energy you use while walking into useable electrical power and obtain real-time monitored data!
A super bright LED display that can give instructions to people on the ground from the air.
A smart and assistive IoT and Machine Learning-Based Device for people who have mild cognitive and motor impairments.
VivoGreen is a "smart home" application that combines user inputs and predictive formulas to create the most comfortable living situation.
Zuuljs is a IoT access delegation manager written to work with Particle devices. Zuul allows Makers to give conditional access to their IoT.
The ability to mass produce and create a large scale swarm with interchangeable pieces for a variety of purposes and algorithms.
Some of manual work sometimes takes lots of your time and requires attention - Smart Water Tank gives you more time =)
An App for easier communication and administration of university lectures via local iBeacon transmitters.
We are measuring whether foot traffic in a specific hallway in our high school decreases when students know they are being monitored.
Sensors run by a Photon are mounted in the main office of Lane Tech High School to measure the humidity, motion, and sound of the room.
A Particle Argon MCU reads data from a capacitive soil moisture and communicates that data to an iOS app using Morse code.