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.
Automatic walking spider bot
Track your water consumption and save money with Dusch-o-meter, the smart device for eco-friendly showers.
This project makes it so that whenever I shut my front door, it is immediately locked.
Did you forget about your dog that was outside? Never again with our device!
A system to communicate to people in public space and give awareness about safety precautions
A physical indicator of the status of the webcam, increasing the awareness of being watched. (a 3 hours project)
After building a soda machine for my kids, I decided to create a similar setup but to dispense margaritas and rum and cokes.
A project created to understand how a traffic light works.
Use a Particle Photon to check the state of a gate/door. Use a PHP webpage to display it.
Team up your Particle devices with a Telegram Bot
A particle-powered button to end Zoom meetings with a single hit
An advanced state of the art Laser Tripwire using a Particle Argon.
This system keeps my plant automatically/remotely nurtured/nourished and is convenient for my busy lifestyle.
See how to set up & use ProtoStax enclosures for your next DIY Electronics/Computing project with Arduino, Raspberry Pi & other MCUs & SBCs
Particle Photon connected to an LCD to display PurpleAir air quality through their API
Control and status your garage door from anywhere using a smart phone app.
A general purpose wireless I/O board using a Particle Photon. Control a small motor, solenoid, servo, external loads, buzzer and sensors.
A general purpose I/O board powered by a Particle Photon. Control a motor, relay, solenoid, servo buzzer/LED, and input data from sensors.
Detect when someone is standing or kneeling close to my apartment door for a suspicious time.
An old-timey looking "clock" that tracks one person's location. Based off of the Weasley's clock in Harry Potter. Good first timer circuit.
I used Photon Boards to teach kids about coding and development boards at an elementary school in my area
How to develop a simple but powerful Iot thermometer using a Zerynth-App
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.