This door sensor will have the capability to detect movement and return a sensor output to a separate location.
In a household of gnarled dog toys, this is a cat toy designed to keep away dogs and allow cats to enjoy a toy entirely of their own.
This pool sensor is designed to take measurements of water temperature and pH level using a thermistor, pH sensor, and two Particle Argons.
These recycled screenprint frames can be arranged in a variety of ways. They light up to the beat! Additional sensors provide real time data
Want to know how long you've got once you've popped a fresh bag of popcorn before it gets soggy and cold? Now you'll know!
This self watering ecosystem, with room conditions ,provides the end user with a sense of calm, peace, and serenity. Take 5 mins and go deep
We've bought a Truck and attached some sensor to analyze its surroundings.
Have you ever wondered if your plant needs more water? We will show you how to measure your soil for proper plant hydration treatment!
Using a Particle Argon and a motion sensor I created a device that sends me a message whenever someone enters the house.
I wet my plants! Actually they wet themselves when they are thirsty, how convenient is that?!
Using a metal touch sensor, I've essentially made a button that notifies the user when it's been released over a certain time threshold.
Improving Cyclist safety through real-time data logging
Home security alert system which remotely detects motion at your door and notifies you when someone enters your home!
Simple motion detection that logs movement into a Google Sheet. Requirements: Photon, PIR Motion Sensor, IFTTT, and Google Sheets,
A quick and easy way to be reminded and to track the delivery time of your mail every day.
Control your coffee pot remotely. Receive a signal when complete.
Can't afford an expensive security system, but still want to protect your home? This simple alarm is all you need to scare off any intruder!
Detects when something is moving in a room and sends warnings to owner via LED lights, an alert noise, and a text message.
I was tired of using push-in boards and jumpers for my projects, so I developed a shield for the Particle Electron.
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.