Is your desk a mess? Your physical in the real world desktop? How about getting a bit more organized and on track with a smart plant?
This self watering ecosystem, with room conditions ,provides the end user with a sense of calm, peace, and serenity. Take 5 mins and go deep
Ned is just like you and me, and needs to know that it is loved before it will do acts of service for the user. through a series of buttons
This smart shop controller is for any shop concerned with safety, security and sanitation. A fully connected device for any shop owner.
A device that allows me to open and close a box with my phone.
Green Light... Red Light!
Keep your peace of mind by knowing when someone is entering your home.
This device can allow notifications for flames, filling the water pitcher, and fridge operating temperature.
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
Lights that turn on automatically and gradually to simulate the sun rising so that waking up on early mornings is easier.
Turns on the light to wake you up at a certain time.
Using the DHT22 and Particle Argon, I'll turn on a small space heater when the temperature is too cold.
An Alexa activated alarm clock that when it goes off, LEDs with strobe until the alarm is turned off.
This device measures the temperature of the room. When it is above a specified temperature a LED will be activated to let you know.
Introducing a unique way to quantify the change in pressure within a room when a closed door opens.
Keep forgetting to get your laundry before it wrinkles? No longer with this laundry notification device!
This is a very simple photosensor-based system that alerts the user when the refrigerator door is left open.
This is H2whoa An indoor plant watering and room monitoring system. How I put it all together.
This is an IoT project that uses two Particle Argons to detect when the washing machine cycle is finished and notify the user.
Manually counting people going in and out isn't so easy, and it isn't always very accurate numbers. My solution is automation with style!
Based on the time of day and temperature of my room, my fan will change speed to meet my desired comfortable temperature.
Automatically text your parents that you're out of the house when your wallet isn't in it's designated dock!
Have a sibling that always wakes up late? Have the speaker automatically turn on at a certain time, and play some tunes.