Particle project using two Photons to connect to Weather Underground and display relevant weather information.
Particle Internet Button turned into Pomodoro Timer (any time interval!)
The perfect cocktail at the push of a button!
Do you ever get tired of pouring drinks by hand? This project uses 2 particle photons to automatically dispense the perfect shot.
Remote controlling winecooler settings and power on/off
How to set up the Argon and Xenon.
Internet controlled dog collar that vibrates with a push of a button. The vibration safely and effectively gets your pet's attention.
Open your garage door using a smart phone and the Do button.
Make two Particle Photons "talk" via the usage of webhooks!
Your first clock with 4 components, based on Grove and TM1637.
Use the tinker app on your cell phone to open your garage door WITHOUT CODING!!! Hooray.
We used a Particle Photon to control a linear servo motor to control a light switch.
Monitoring your mouse traps using a Photon.
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
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.
Curtains are such a hassle to move. Here is an easy way to save yourself all that energy.
Control your coffee pot remotely. Receive a signal when complete.
Use a matrix key pad as input and LCD as output for particle photon
Use IFTTT to send a notification to your phone when the current drawn on a circuit gets too high.
An IoT cup ramen maker.
I was tired of using push-in boards and jumpers for my projects, so I developed a shield for the Particle Electron.
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
This system of Particle devices notifies you when someone has entered your room and logs data for when your door opens and closes.
STL files to print an enclosure consists of 2 parts. The top part holds the 1.8 " TFT Display and the bottom part holds the Photon.