How to blink multiple LEDs at different rates on Arduino-like boards using threads in just a few lines of code... the magic of Zerynth!
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
Control NeoPixels from the cloud! Connect them to anything! Trigger from your IOS/Android/Web and even Android Wear. Uses Photon or Core.
Ask Amazon Alexa to control a light ft. NeoPixels and Particle Photon.
Hooking up a Universal Windows App color picker control with an RGB LED on a Photon using a Particle Cloud function.
Add this small file to your project to control TP-Link bulbs and plugs directly with simple subroutine calls.
So I heard you guys want to be a Jedi, This is a color customizable lightsaber that you can make for Halloween or Star Wars event/cosplay
With NativeScript and Vue. js, it's easy to create mobile apps that interface with your Particle devices.
A series of steps to display information from the web to a physical display. Perfect for artists looking to make a connected object.
A project using Particle Photon to blink 3 LEDs (red, blue and green) connected on a breadboard.
An alarm clock that actually wakes you up.
A mobile, smart holography studio.
Ever tried to turn your Smart Bulb on from the couch, only to find out that someone has turned off the light switch? Well, problem solved!
As a bounty hunter you have to to change you allegiance to meet the situation. Build this project to help you get the job done!
A Wireless Smart Light powered by P9038-R-EVK – Qi 5W & P9025AC-R-EVK – Qi 5W
This project was done as an extension of the instrumentation course that I am taking. I used the parts that come with the Particle Photon.
This is an IoT project that uses two Particle Argons to detect when the washing machine cycle is finished and notify the user.
A RGB and CheerLights-lamp in American-Football Design.
This project uses 2 Particle Photons to control whether the lights are on or off in your room automatically by sensing ambient light.
No more flipping the switch, have your light automatically turn on when you need it. IOT project for MEGR 3171 - UNCC
Spruce up your desk or home with an Internet-controlled 3D printed Holiday tree!
It is a lamp or desk lamp that is controlled by your phone for when you need the light to get to your bed, but not once you are in bed.
A lamp that you can turn on and off at your convenience. Left it on? No problem, a simple graph can show you whether or not you left it on!
This project recreates the Nativity Scene using the Particle Photon, NeoPixels, and a custom iOS app.