Use Particle Photon to read UID of a NFC Card and display on LCD, all with I2C.
Get ready for your fireworks: the turn of the year will definitely come.
Keep it cool or feel the burn with this nifty little thermometer!
The Intrudalert creates an invisible IoT turnstile, which can be used for theft prevention and store monitoring.
Temperature logger with display.
"Keeping It Cool" is a project that implements the use of two Particle Photons to control the temperature of a vehicle's intercooler.
For this project we used a temperature sensor to trigger a fan to turn on via the internet when the temperature exceeds a stated value.
This is a generic sensor that anyone can adapt and use for their particular situation.
A simple project that utilizes 2 Photons and a temperature sensor to set off an alarm when a device gets too hot.
An internet controlled light switch with logic.
Have you ever been locked out the house? Do you wish to control your garage door with your phone? You came to the right place. MEGR3171.
Don't you just hate when you buy a nice house plant, forget to water it and within a week or two it dies. We have a solution for you!
On-board data acquisition for mountain bike air suspension pressures.
Wall mounted light for assessing the weather at a glance.
Place a card on RFID reader and power the desktop ON/OFF.
Automatic tap tester based on a Particle Photon, relay shield, lift magnet, boring socket for stylus fixture and Paperino ePaper display.
See the water level at a glance with an LED strip that displays the tide's actual height 1 to 1 on your wall.
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.