To acquire data and determine the most optimized intake runner length for 49ers Racing's FSAE car.
Ever shuffled outside in the freezing cold to take in the trash just to see it's still full? Well guess what, we have the product for you.
With this compact device, all you have to do to acquire the water quality information of any water source is drop it in!
A thermostat you won't see
Easy to use Wi-Fi enabled touch lights that network to give you a beautiful and unobtrusive way to stay connected with the people you love.
Thought controlled system with personal webserver and 3 working functions: robot controller, home automation and PC mouse controller.
When the Particle Cloud meets the Amazon Cloud
Build your own high-quality water sensor to monitor your pool or spa.
The Recon droid will detect the rebel scum and report back to the Empire. Control movement through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
A GPS tracker for your car, motorcycle, bike and flying saucer, with data storage and map visualization. Not too hard, but no easy either...
Wear helmets & speak Droid to each other! Everyone hears droid "language" but wearers of the helmets hear each others' actual voice instead!
Preheat the house; adjust from anywhere. Thermostat that adjusts to your life
A simple build-your-own environment monitor for your home. This project uses Particle Photon, sensors from Adafruit, and a 3D-printed case.
Classify your tomatoes into Grade A, Grade B and Grade C with TensorFlow Lite and Particle Argon.
Use NFC stickers to track electronic components with the use of a Particle Photon and a database back-end, along with a webpage interface.
Real time notifications for when your precious packages and letters arrive.
The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little device. I will show how you can have a complete standalone wireless/wired home automation system.
Replace your boring old wall light switch with this Photon based switch to control Lifx lighting with touch or the wave of a Jedi.
A contribution to the Internet of Plants.
How to apply a TinyML approach to prevent electrical grid overloads.
The device uses cheap, off the shelf components to provide live data on stream and river conditions like stage, temp, and conductivity.
Sound sensor construction for the Lane of Things project at Wrigley Field.
A self-calibrating, solar-powered cellular tide level and meteorological station based on the Sentient Things IoT Node.
In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how I made a project to detect leaks and stop them in your house. Receive alerts via text and email.