This portable device is a dedicated time tracking device to help manage your time. Multiple photons are used to set up automatic triggers.
Linear potentiometers can do the job of measuring small distances much better than eyeballing, making them perfect for truing wheels.
This project uses two Particle Photons, with two way communication. These photons are used to gain the attention of the other user.
Simple temperature sensor project used to collect temperature data on an OLED display.
This dog bowl and food system is connected to an IoT scale that measures how much dog food is left in the bowl and the food bag.
I created a robot arm at a hackathon that uses a Photon Redboard, and an Adafruit Motor Shield. The arm will be controlled with a gamepad.
Remote switch for workshop power, with indicator, workshop temp monitoring, and automatic shutdown. Graphing through Google Docs.
A simple IoT project using Particle Photon devices and an ultrasonic sensor to detect the unauthorized opening of your home's main door.
Uses 2 Particle Photons to detect flames via an IR sensor and transmit the data.
Done with the days of going to the mailbox to find that it hasn't come yet or someone else has picked it up. Our system gives you control.
An alarm clock that is sure to wake you up for your big day as a college student. Made for the MEGR 3171 IOT Project
Use DFRobot's UART fingerprint scanner to store fingerprints and only allow authorized people to access the box.
Tired of writing down all your assignments in your planner? Use the photon calendar notifier to inform you when assignments open up.
Learn how to monitor your air quality with some simple off the shelf components. Harness the power of Particle's platform to make it happen.
Leveraging Azure DevOps to manage your particle devices (or from code to your device harnessing the power of ADO).
This device monitors the total current coming into your home and performs and FFT on it to determine what appliances are running.
A two-part system that senses and records motion at the front door, then sounds an alarm placed beside your bed, for example.
Teach children about the solar system with augmented reality and a board game.
My entry for the Particle.io community Pi Day contest 2019. I used a Particle Xenon to flash 100 decimal places of Pi in Morse code.
Control a hospital bed with WiFi or even voice, allowing individuals with disabilities to become more comfortable throughout the night.
A system for the blind which helps them walk through the street, as and also monitors their location and sends an SOS on button press.
I built a simple to use air sensor that also features an indicator light and temp/humidity sensing. I included lots of options for posting.
Use NFC stickers to track electronic components with the use of a Particle Photon and a database back-end, along with a webpage interface.
An IoT device used to check the humidity levels of your houseplants. Low powered, rechargeable, and powered by Particle's Mesh devices.