Takes the difference between two temperature sensors and texts the results to your phone.
An LED counter for tracking your WordPress blog visitors when using the WP Statistics plugin and a Particle Photon.
This project recreates the Nativity Scene using the Particle Photon, NeoPixels, and a custom iOS app.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
How many times have you wondered if "You've Got Mail;" now with only two photons, you will know right a way.
Have your lights turn on right when you walk in your house!
Let your living room light up as a goal is scored during the World Cup.
When you are practicing for your next long range competition use the blind spotter and you will never miss the impact again.
Combining multiple sensors, such as PIR motion sensors and temperature sensors, to create a model of a smart home.
Are you a big coffee drinker or a caffeine addict? This project will have hot coffee waiting for you in the morning!
An IoT Coffee maker that allows you to brew coffee remotely and monitor the status of the coffee machine.
Tired of wasting time going to your P.O box when you have no mail or missing your bills because you forgot to go? Well we have the solution!
This project is meant to give users the ability to have temperature dependent fan speed while working out.
We asked math teachers how they were feeling. They had the option of either responding with happy, indifferent, or sad.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
Using a Photon in a custom enclosure, we are testing the frustration levels of peoples paying money to play a game that has a delayed start.
The team measured temperature, air pressure, and the methane gas content in a Lane Tech classroom.
The ability to mass produce and create a large scale swarm with interchangeable pieces for a variety of purposes and algorithms.
Need help parking your car? Look no further. The DIY parking sensor will alert you when you are completely in the space.
IoT Group 17 - A pair of digital pace clocks for the UNC Charlotte Club Swimming Team.
Tired of having to walk out in the cold rain to see if you got mail? Well don't worry anymore! "You got mail!" is here to save the day!
For this project, a LIDAR Lite V3 range finder was used in order to get a range and send said range to an LCD screen via a Particle Photon.