Do you want to save energy? You are on the right place.
A walkthrough for setting up Particle Mesh and working with Argon, Xenon, and Boron and showing off some of the cool things you can do.
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Utilizing Particle Argon microcontrollers to communicate wirelessly, the outside and inside temperatures can be compared from your home.
A desktop device to monitor the indoor air quality for a house, room, or apartment.
Need an easy way to display your Particle.io device data? See your events easily using a Magic Mirror!
Leveraging Azure DevOps to manage your particle devices (or from code to your device harnessing the power of ADO).
This IOT project is used to collect data and notify the user when a safe or lockbox has been opened.
Green Light... Red Light!
A project that uses the Particle Photon to make it possible to open the door by just pressing a button on your computer keyboard.
Let's face it. You're tired of losing pets to dehydration. You need to be alerted when your furry friend needs that sweet Earth nectar!
Using three Particle Argons, this system senses the temperature and humidity and outputs a clothing combination for optimal comfort.
Uses 2 Particle Photons to detect flames via an IR sensor and transmit the data.
The way out of the one-way street.
AfterMarket add-on that will help your bike not only stand out but help you track whether you are on time
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 project demonstrates how to create clap on/off LED lightstrip. Follow this project to learn to code, wire, and execute smart lights.
This is a way to create your own alarm system without paying all the extra cash.
Keep your peace of mind by knowing when someone is entering your home.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
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.
Use the motion detector to notify you of when your kids try to sneak-a-peek at the presents!
The purpose of this project is to detect motion at set locations and provide a light&/or a buzzer notification to alert the user.
This is an IOT project created for MEGR 3171 at UNC Charlotte. We hope you find it useful and can WAKEY WAKEY!