See how to set up & use ProtoStax enclosures for your next DIY Electronics/Computing project with Arduino, Raspberry Pi & other MCUs & SBCs
The Boron is a powerful LTE Cat M1 or 2G/3G enabled development kit that supports cellular networks and Bluetooth LE (BLE).
Improving Cyclist safety through real-time data logging
Particle Photon connected to an LCD to display PurpleAir air quality through their API
Using as minimal hardware as possible, this sensor reads air quality and logs it to an SD card for further analysis.
Smart manufacturing is all about harnessing data, here we will monitor the RPM of a lathe for maintenance
Creates a functioning automatic and manual plant watering system featuring Particle Argon, 5V power supply and sensors to activate the pump.
Never worry about forgetting to water your plants again.
Control and status your garage door from anywhere using a smart phone app.
A automated door system that mandates a customer to sanitize and get their temperature checked before entering a premise
System to monitor water and light levels of indoor plants
Many people come home and might want to hear some activity in their or house or they want to have some home automation to save time.
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.
Need an easy way to display your Particle.io device data? See your events easily using a Magic Mirror!
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
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
How to set up the Argon and Xenon.
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.
Use Particle's Internet Button to let you know if you can go flying with the current weather at your local airport.
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.