Simple temperature sensor project used to collect temperature data on an OLED display.
Receive an email about when the light is too strong on your device; nobody wants a heated device left directly under the sun. Photon + IFTTT
The purpose of this project is to detect motion at set locations and provide a light&/or a buzzer notification to alert the user.
A simplified game of blackjack. For all the fun and a fraction of the thought
Get cell phone notifications when the front doorbell is pressed
Remote Controlling a laser through the use of multiple argons.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
This system is designed to notify the user if they have left their home with the garage door open.
This project demonstrates how to create clap on/off LED lightstrip. Follow this project to learn to code, wire, and execute smart lights.
DHT22 Temperature Sensor used to display data on Adafruit. io and on an Adafruit SSD1360 OLED display.
Helps everyone keep track of some basic responsibilities in an apartment. Keeping track of the little things makes everyone's life easier!
After building a soda machine for my kids, I decided to create a similar setup but to dispense margaritas and rum and cokes.
Track pushup, pullup, sit up, or squat reps and share with your workout partner - virtually!
A great new way to ensure someone is awake and about, using motion and sound so you know the person is talking and out of bed!
Simple IoT project with two Particle Argons. One measures soil moisture, the other raises an alert flag.
A device that informs the user when to stop pouring fluid into a shot glass in order to obtain the "perfect shot".
An Interactive Lamp that can be remotely controlled by sound, motion, and touch.
This week in the Summer Bridge program we learned IOT and programing. This is what we made this week.
I'm learning IoT over a week long period. I have learned how to use a Temp gage, LED lights.
I am a participant in the 2022 STEM Core Summer Bridge Program and we learned IoT, programming in C and C++ in this project.
A cereal (or whatever you'd like it to be) dispenser, that dispenses anything from the manual button, or from your phone.
A communication device that allows couples to communicate with each other over long distances using LEDs.
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
Use multiple sensors with the particle argon connected via the internet to stay connected with friends in an interesting way.