A simple Internet of Things (IoT) experiment, using a Photon Particle board to control an LED & monitor a potentiometer.
This is a basic setup to display messages with SunFounder IIC I2C TWI Serial 2004 20x4 LCD Module Shield.
Get in touch with a touch sensor!
Hacking a kettle to bring Alexa (and as a by-product IFTTT) connectivity.
Your favorite drinks taste better together. Sir Mix-a-Drink makes it easy to get the mix right.
Connect a Grove Relay to a Particle Photon to control an electromagnetic lock.
A project using Particle Photon to blink 3 LEDs (red, blue and green) connected on a breadboard.
A way to monitor the PSI of a water system remotely.
A meter that indicates the Wi-Fi signal strength in an intuitive way, using the parts I had on hand.
Make two Particle Photons "talk" via the usage of webhooks!
The story of how to make a clock through using a LCD 1602 or LCD 2004 over I2C.
Open, close and monitor a garage door opener with a smart phone using a Particle Photon and the Blynk application.
First test of a separate Power Supply Module 3.3V and 5V.
It is a notifier with temperature and humidity sensor in it. The LED screen will show the temperature and humidity at present.
Ever wondered what to wear due to unpredictable weather Wonder no longer!
This project describes how to build an Arduino-based, text-controlled gum dispenser. Idea from Make Maagazine "Secret Knock Gumball Machine"
Need extra light when stumbling in late at night? We have your answer.
Combining multiple sensors, such as PIR motion sensors and temperature sensors, to create a model of a smart home.
Use an old iPhone device to control and display the status of your Patriot IoT devices.
Your first clock with 4 components, based on Grove and TM1637.
Our project aims to see whether there is a correlation between the intensity of particulate matter in air and people moving around.
Noise detector made to measure sound in a classroom.
Are you tired of being too hot in the middle of the night when the fan is off, but too cold when its on? Now there is a solution.
Students enter class and show their grade by pressing one out of the five buttons. Sound is being measured to see correlations with grades.