Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
A glass block wall, each block fitted with a single neopixel and the whole screen driven by a Spark Core to create awesome Christmas images!
Log your aquarium's temperature and get an SMS when it's outside a given range
An IoT device used to check the humidity levels of your houseplants. Low powered, rechargeable, and powered by Particle's Mesh devices.
You can retrieve the cell tower ID from your Particle Electron, and use that information to determine your device's location!
Control your blinds from the web, including SmartThings.
The Recon droid will detect the rebel scum and report back to the Empire. Control movement through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
An obstacle-detection and GPS-enabled navigation wearable for the visually impaired.
Control your garage door from wherever you are.
How Spark Core helped us make a Wi-Fi keylock with e-paper keypad for our office
A GPS tracker for your car, motorcycle, bike and flying saucer, with data storage and map visualization. Not too hard, but no easy either...
Using the Spark Core, GPS, and SD Card to turn your cat or dog into a WiFi Scanning Platform: WarKitteh (cat) or WarDoge (dog).
A Spark-powered, automated, cocktail dispenser
Locate your Particle Photons, P1s and Electrons on a map without needing extra hardware. Use Ubidots or an offline map alternative.
Using a Particle Photon, this project allows you to remotely control your standing V3 GeekDesk.
Taking inspiration from the Harry Potter character's Weasley clock, this one uses Particle and IFTTT to tell you where two people are.
This pokeball knows where it is and connects to the internet over cellular data. When a pokemon is nearby, the pokeball starts to shake!
Check your (Gmail) mailbox (with labels) in a glance. Now works with any IMAP mail server!
No need for an app, just walk up and use the physical web to get the URL of this candy machine. One more click, and the candy is yours.
Sending data to Thingspeak using Photon library without Webhook.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.
I designed this stepper motor with eight electromagnets, six neodymium magnets, with a 3d printed rotor and stator housing.
Want to control your microcontrollers in the cloud graphically, without writing any code? Welcome to the Tentacle, from Octoblu.