I am a participant in the 2023 STEM Core Summer Bridge Program and we learned IOT, programming in C and C++ and attached a sonar sensor.
Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
Know the temperature of your pool anywhere, anytime
Work your garage door from your Phone, Apple Watch, or based on the proximity to your house!
Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
The Patriot Alexa Smart Home Skill and IoT library allow you to voice control your Photon quickly and easily with no Alexa coding at all.
Measure the water consumption in your house with a Particle and water flow sensors.
A non destructive basic garage opener
Use Pushbullet to notify you of whatever your hardware is doing
Record video, perform object and face recognition, take a time-lapse or whatever else with a Particle Photon and the 5-megapixel Arducam!
Store any data you want in Google Sheets
Use this lightweight, cross-platform editor while developing Particle software.
A first introduction in gas measurement with the sensor MQ-7 for Carbon Monoxide CO and Particle Photon.
My aim is to minimize the loss of electricity there is when people forget to switch off their fans or lights, through smart home solution.
This project is super simple and cheap. Only costs about $27 for everything you need! Oh and no programming at all!
SparkFun Particle weather shield + Particle Photon + Weather Underground
Get notified of a water leak wherever you are
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
Control your garage door from wherever you are.
Locate your Particle Photons, P1s and Electrons on a map without needing extra hardware. Use Ubidots or an offline map alternative.
Taking inspiration from the Harry Potter character's Weasley clock, this one uses Particle and IFTTT to tell you where two people are.
Decode and replicate plenty of IR remotes with this project. (Problems with your Harmony remote anyone?)
Sending data to Thingspeak using Photon library without Webhook.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.