A gadget that displays your interest in communicating with the outside world. Also posts to Twitter.
Using two photons, a PIR sensor, IFTTT, google sheets, and a piezo buzzer, mailbox activity will be monitored and homeowner notified.
This is a generic sensor that anyone can adapt and use for their particular situation.
For this project we used a temperature sensor to trigger a fan to turn on via the internet when the temperature exceeds a stated value.
Temperature logger with display.
A light switch that can be used without getting up to turn it on or off yourself.
Have you bought a cheap analog LED strip set in the hardware store? Bring this set with a Particle Photon and a relay to light up!
Carve a set of pumpkins and give each one a Particle-powered LED. A simple web server and page lets anyone change pumpkin colors.
Have you forgotten to take your pet outside until it's too late? This project alerts you when your dog is waiting to go out!
This machine will work so that if you send a text message, it will dispense your animals food without you having to get out of bed.
Get ready for your fireworks: the turn of the year will definitely come.
This is a device which can monitor running track via a GPS module and store data to a SD card. And then parse the data later from a app.
Ever wondered if you could remote control some lights around the house? This is how you can do it on a college student budget.
We built a system to monitor the water temperature and clarity within a fish tank for the lane tech aquaponics class.
Tired of the monotony of a cup of Joe? This product spices up your morning routine with mobile control and a musical alarm!
3D printed "Quartz Crystal" looking nightlight.
A simple Internet of Things (IoT) experiment, using a Photon Particle board to control an LED & monitor a potentiometer.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
This project recreates the Nativity Scene using the Particle Photon, NeoPixels, and a custom iOS app.
Have your lights turn on right when you walk in your house!
Are you a big coffee drinker or a caffeine addict? This project will have hot coffee waiting for you in the morning!
Monitoring temperature, humidity, and other meta tags, we seek to find factors in the classroom that cause students to sleep.
This project describes how to build an Arduino-based, text-controlled gum dispenser. Idea from Make Maagazine "Secret Knock Gumball Machine"
This device setup keeps track of different assignments and events from a Google calendar by displaying a light when an event begins.