This is what I made during a week-long IoT bootcamp during Summer Bridge 2023. It was a lot of fun using multiple sensors and lights.
I am a participant in the 2023 STEM Core Summer Bridge Program and we learned IOT, programming in C and C++ and attached a sonar sensor.
An intelligent device to monitor your plant and ensure its health.
This is a way to control the speed of a ride-on toy. this uses a potentiometer and a servo motor to vary the speed.
A woodworking tool that can guide a student on proper cutting speeds with the ability to alert the entire floor in emergency situations.
Automatic walking spider bot
Older vehicles do not possess the same features of the vehicles of today. This simple device aims to remedy that problem with park assist.
Report Temperature, Humidity, and Power Usage
This project will have bi-directional communication between two Particle Argons. It will calculate the speed of a bike and graph it.
Do you ever just want to know if your pets have entered your room?
This project uses two argons to turn on an LED light when a water level sensor senses water in a cup.
Keep track of your wandering pet as they love going outside and inside!
This project involves utilizing two Particle Argons to sense PC Temperature and notify the user through the use of LEDs
To monitor user safety, a sensor cluster collects and graphs data of obstacles in the blind spot, wheelchair speed, and degrees of tilt.
With this climate monitor the temperature, pressure, and humidity can be observed for your area!
I used Photon Boards to teach kids about coding and development boards at an elementary school in my area
This project involves incorporating two particle argon devices and measuring the ideal shower temperature.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
This machine will work so that if you send a text message, it will dispense your animals food without you having to get out of bed.
A device made with a bar graph and a Particle Photon to show the WiFi strength.