Make your fridge smart with a few sensors and actuators.
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
This project makes it so that whenever I shut my front door, it is immediately locked.
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
My aim is to minimize the loss of electricity there is when people forget to switch off their fans or lights, through smart home solution.
This is a small prototype car that uses an ultrasonic sensor so a car will turn to avoid hitting a wall with a remote on off capability.
We are Prescott Little, Mali Freeman, and Tyler Pace. We're using a Sparkfun BME280 to measure atmospheric factors and compare plant growth.
The purpose of this project is to detect motion in the driveway and alert the user inside the house.
A great new way to ensure someone is awake and about, using motion and sound so you know the person is talking and out of bed!
It helps detect when a plant was too cold/hot if it was getting enough light, and if it needed water.
My neighbors are making a lot of noise with construction and I want to see when they are loudest so I can plan accordingly.
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.
After getting absolutely fed up with our roommate's antics of not filling the pitcher back up, we put sensors on it to know when they steal.
With the utilization of particle argons and sensors, we have constructed a reversing vehicular tool!
An Interactive Lamp that can be remotely controlled by sound, motion, and touch.
Ever worked at a restaurant and wanted to know when the order was ready for you to serve to the customer. We've got the thing just for you.
Parking Sensor using an Ultrasonic Sensor and Particle Argons.
A small key box that could help Alzheimer patients families to identify the location, and the time when the key box gets opened.
Keep forgetting to get your laundry before it wrinkles? No longer with this laundry notification device!
In this project 2 Particle argon were used in order to communicate to each other and be able to accurately read temperature and display data
Did you forget about your dog that was outside? Never again with our device!