In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how I made a project to detect leaks and stop them in your house. Receive alerts via text and email.
The kitchalarm notifies you when your kitchen is empty so that you don't have to stop working to check for yourself.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
Two Particle Photons are used to power a temperature sensor and OLED display. The temp sensor records the ambient temp at 30 sec intervals.
A quick and easy way to be reminded and to track the delivery time of your mail every day.
Always be a safe distance from a wall in your parking spot. Introducing our IoT project with a HC-SR04 distance sensor.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Connect your Particle Photon directly to Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Central. Azure IoT Hub two-way messaging and direct methods supported.
Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
Ever wonder if there's someone in you house and possibly drinking your beer? Well then, we have the solution for you!
Turn on a light by focusing your mind.
IoT sensing, notifications, and analytics platform for urban and large-scale agriculture with automated irrigation, using Sigfox technology.
Robust weatherproof solar powered weather station. Uploads to Weather Underground via WiFi.
Add simple tracking to any bus, and monitor temperature, pressure, humidity and gas count at the same time.
Build your own high-quality water sensor to monitor your pool or spa.
A new way to connect sensors! Connect up to five sensors to the particle powered WiSor and obtain real-time data on your mobile phone!
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
Ever wanted to know if your boss is busy in a meeting without having to physically walk down the hall to their office? Wonder no longer!
This project is for the Spring 2018 MEGR 3171 Class. It uses Particle Photons to measure the temperature in two separate rooms.
The screen displays a news headline and whether the light is on or off.
Turn the lights on and off with a finger snap.
Control your coffee pot remotely. Receive a signal when complete.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
This is a generic sensor that anyone can adapt and use for their particular situation.