In this project we will be making a Wunderlist Task Printer using the Adafruit thermal printer, Wunderlist and MS Flow.
Control outdoor lights from the web, with a little temperature sensor thrown in. And from your Pebble watch!
Place a card on RFID reader and power the desktop ON/OFF.
A pan-tilt controller locally controlled by a Photon and remotely via Bluetooth, physical potentiometers and another Photon.
Ever wanted to build your own Lightsaber? You can create your own LightSaber controller in VR using Photon to learn the Jedi ways.
An analog clock that uses hands to show the physical location of family members.
Christmas Gift Box plays music and sends an email when it is opened.
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
Expanding upon MKR1000 based Robot project, I created this 4 wheeled Robot.
Track the distance, speed, and acceleration of your bicycle in real time using two Particle Photons.
Turn your plain light switch into an internet connected luxury item that will wow your friends and family.
Wi-fi enabled word clock. 130 characters with 130 NeoPixels!
Full color light controlled by Alexa. This is a step by step using a Particle Photon and configurable Python Script in Lambda.
This project sends notifications to a cell phone whenever your doorbell at home is pressed. This way, you are always in the know.
This project will teach you to make your light a smart device using Amazon Alexa, Particle Photon and free IFTTT service.
Interacting with Particle Device using Slack and Natural Language Processing
This setup will give live updates over WiFi as to the amount of beer in a keg by 12oz pours!
Stick with your New Year's resolution this time by setting goals and getting a reward upon completing them.
Control many different relay boards with your Particle devices from your phone, open source Ionic Android app included!
What is LoRa? How to make an simple LoRa project with Particle Photon and MikroElektronika LoRa click module?
Add a GPS receiver, an OLED screen and a WiFi-enabled microcontroller to a Darth Vader mask to make a Star Wars-themed geocaching device.
An LCD display that shows the current time, current temperature, the day's precipitation probability, and the day's high temperature.
Have you ever wanted to control everything in your home with a single device? Imagine this device being a fully wireless button!
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.