Fun, festive, and frivolous! It lights up and sends you a Christmas text!
Senses sound around it and measures it on a scale
You'll never miss a class again with this state of the art alarm system.
The way out of the one-way street.
Our group used a proximity sensor placed near a door to see how many people go in and out of the attendance office.
We have constructed a temperature sensor to alert at high and low temperatures with a buzzer.
A cereal (or whatever you'd like it to be) dispenser, that dispenses anything from the manual button, or from your phone.
Don't waste time and money anymore. Use a motion sensor for your lights!
Transport colors and there brightness over a distance with the help of fibre optics.
Too lazy to walk and turn something on Want to cheaply control your home power usage while out Well here's a button (and app) to solve it!
When the weather is higher than 65 F, the red LED will light up and when the weather is lower than 65 F, the yellow LED will light up.
Using FileMaker 16 database software, we are able to send text to Particle Photon and display the information to 20x4 LCD module.
Need a sweater when you're downstairs but a Hawaiian shirt when you're upstairs? This two floor temperature sensor will help out your outfit
This project controls an interior light using two Particle Photons to send and receive data from a motion sensor.
How do computers know their relative positions and distances? This is how.
A quick and easy way to be reminded and to track the delivery time of your mail every day.
It is an automated deadbolt that can be controlled by your phone via an app or manually at the door via a push button.
A simple Particle Photon project to fill a small dish up with water for a dog (or any animal that likes water).
This device setup keeps track of different assignments and events from a Google calendar by displaying a light when an event begins.
We collected data using sensors to determine how temperature affects sound level in the orchestra room at Lane Tech.
As soon as moisture is detected on a sensor, the Photon triggers information to the user via IFTTT.
This is an IOT project created for MEGR 3171 at UNC Charlotte. We hope you find it useful and can WAKEY WAKEY!
Forgot if you turned your oven off? Use this project to send an alarm if your oven is left on
UNC Charlotte - MEGR3171 Introduction to Instrumentation - Fall 2019 IOT Project