How to set up the Argon and Xenon.
24MHz 8CH - How to monitor an I2C sensor.
Pet collar radio tracking device that utilizes a Particle Photon and a nRF24L01 radio transceiver.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
Tired of wasting time going to your P.O box when you have no mail or missing your bills because you forgot to go? Well we have the solution!
This project details the process of linking two Particle Photons to make a visual doorbell.
You'll never miss a class again with this state of the art alarm system.
Monitoring the door, the cradle, or the bird feeder easily with this modular system!
A quick and easy way to be reminded and to track the delivery time of your mail every day.
This project controls an interior light using two Particle Photons to send and receive data from a motion sensor.
A Photon that uses a light sensor to control a motor to open and close the blinds when the light is shining in.
A simple Particle Photon project to fill a small dish up with water for a dog (or any animal that likes water).
This device setup keeps track of different assignments and events from a Google calendar by displaying a light when an event begins.
Forgot if you turned your oven off? Use this project to send an alarm if your oven is left on
Connect your Particle Photon directly to Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Central. Azure IoT Hub two-way messaging and direct methods supported.
Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
Our device serves a multipurpose motion sensor that will allow you to remain confident in your belongings whereabouts
Do you ever wonder when the mail man delivers your mail? Well worry no more, we have the device for you.
Parachute velocity is a metric that hasn't been properly measured in the skydiving community. The Parachute Speedometer does just that.
This is a project that uses two Particle Photons and a PIR motion sensor to detect when someone enters your house.
The device will cause blinds to open/close based on outside light levels, and graph when the blinds are opened/closed.
Ever wonder if there's someone in you house and possibly drinking your beer? Well then, we have the solution for you!
Transport colors and there brightness over a distance with the help of fibre optics.
Use a Particle Photon, Adafruit's BME680 sensor, and a cheap LCD20x4 to start your own clock project.
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