Have you been leaving the lights on and wasting precious KW-h of energy? Turn them off from anywhere - as long as you have WIFI.
Did you forget about your dog that was outside? Never again with our device!
Parking Sensor using an Ultrasonic Sensor and Particle Argons.
An Interactive Lamp that can be remotely controlled by sound, motion, and touch.
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!
This is a small prototype car that uses an ultrasonic sensor so a car will turn to avoid hitting a wall with a remote on off capability.
A communication device that allows couples to communicate with each other over long distances using LEDs.
A device that will recreate foggy and rainy environments to help certain plants thrive in an arid climate.
A way to receive Bluetooth speaker shutoff warning notifications
This project will help your business keep track of max capacity during this pandemic!
Keep tabs on your refrigerator door to maintain the quality of the contents inside, save energy, and save money.
Lights that turn on automatically and gradually to simulate the sun rising so that waking up on early mornings is easier.
A general purpose I/O board powered by a Particle Photon. Control a motor, relay, solenoid, servo buzzer/LED, and input data from sensors.
This IOT Project provides more accurate temperature and UV index values based on your location vs. what the weather channel could provide.
Use Particle Argons, Blynk IoT app, and a motion sensor to activate and change colors of an LED light strip.
Detect when someone is standing or kneeling close to my apartment door for a suspicious time.
An old-timey looking "clock" that tracks one person's location. Based off of the Weasley's clock in Harry Potter. Good first timer circuit.
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
This project helps you save food and electricity by telling you when the refrigerator door has been left open.
Ever worked at a restaurant and wanted to know when the order was ready for you to serve to the customer. We've got the thing just for you.
This project used two Particle Argons, a PIR motion sensor, and a green LED to detect and notify movement.
Sit back and relax while the Autoshot pours the perfect shot with the press of a button.
We are Prescott Little, Mali Freeman, and Tyler Pace. We're using a Sparkfun BME280 to measure atmospheric factors and compare plant growth.