Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
Measure the water consumption in your house with a Particle and water flow sensors.
With a pair of Photons and a MP3 shield, I can have the Imperial March start playing in the house when I arrive home.
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.
Work your garage door from your Phone, Apple Watch, or based on the proximity to your house!
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!
Know the temperature of your pool anywhere, anytime
Create a beautiful medium for weather information using Particle's cloud services and IFTTT.
Upgrading an old Roomba to have WiFi capabilities.
Smart lighting is a catalyst for the IoT. In this tutorial we'll see how to control NeoPixel LEDs via mobile using the Zerynth App.
Your Particle Photon can discover where it is using the same technology your browser or phone uses, by scanning for nearby WiFi networks!
My dorm's bedroom didn't come with lights, so I taped 15m of individually addressable RGB LEDs to my ceiling and control them through IoT.
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
Decode and replicate plenty of IR remotes with this project. (Problems with your Harmony remote anyone?)
Use Amazon Alexa to trigger an IFTTT applet that causes a Particle Photon to remove power from an Echo.
Control your garage door from wherever you are.
A non destructive basic garage opener
Learn how to connect the Particle Photon to ThingSpeak using webhooks and the ThingSpeak REST API.
System to monitor water and light levels of indoor plants
Get notified of a water leak wherever you are
Spark Core / Photon / Electron Water Sensor with SMS alerts via Twilio or any webhook via IFTTT
You can retrieve the cell tower ID from your Particle Electron, and use that information to determine your device's location!
Record video, perform object and face recognition, take a time-lapse or whatever else with a Particle Photon and the 5-megapixel Arducam!
This project is super simple and cheap. Only costs about $27 for everything you need! Oh and no programming at all!