A generic temperature sensor that covers a wide variety of uses.
This project lets users remotely lock and unlock a deadbolt to a door and record an intruder if the door is opened.
We asked math teachers how they were feeling. They had the option of either responding with happy, indifferent, or sad.
The team measured temperature, air pressure, and the methane gas content in a Lane Tech classroom.
Determining if color affects the reverse psychology of pressing a button
We built a system to monitor the water temperature and clarity within a fish tank for the lane tech aquaponics class.
This project was designed to collect the temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels inside of Lane Tech's Aquaponics room.
We measured the level of activity within our school’s counseling department by using a range sensor at the department's entrance.
A Data-collecting mote design that was used for the Lane Of Things Group 309.
This is a device which can monitor running track via a GPS module and store data to a SD card. And then parse the data later from a app.
Monitoring temperature, humidity, and other meta tags, we seek to find factors in the classroom that cause students to sleep.
We are collecting data on how long students leave a classroom for and for what reasons.
We created a box with buttons that represent a positive or negative emotion. Through these buttons we were able to see what emotion was felt
In this project, we created an enclosure which held an infrared proximity sensor to record each time that Cheech went near his water.
We are going to be examining the frequency of bathroom pass usage for specific classrooms in the school.
Have you bought a cheap analog LED strip set in the hardware store? Bring this set with a Particle Photon and a relay to light up!
We have constructed a temperature sensor to alert at high and low temperatures with a buzzer.
Leave your bedroom door unlocked with ease knowing no one has entered your room. They will get caught otherwise.
Ever wondered if you could remote control some lights around the house? This is how you can do it on a college student budget.
Have your lights turn on right when you walk in your house!
Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
Particle and Blynk to wirelessly monitor a 4,000 gallon water distribution system.
This is a shelf for starting plant seeds, controlled over the internet with automatic lights.
One example on how you can test all the components of your IoT solution at once; app, cloud, and device.