I am a CNM student who has participated in the STEM Core summer program. This is my project while in the course.
In a one-week crash course into IoT, we learned the general ideas behind the connections you can make using the internet.
I am in the CNM Stem Core summer bridge and this is the projects I learned about for the first time.
I am in the CNM Summer Bridge program, and this is the project that we worked on this week.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
This project involves utilizing two Particle Argons to sense PC Temperature and notify the user through the use of LEDs
This is H2whoa An indoor plant watering and room monitoring system. How I put it all together.
To monitor user safety, a sensor cluster collects and graphs data of obstacles in the blind spot, wheelchair speed, and degrees of tilt.
With this climate monitor the temperature, pressure, and humidity can be observed for your area!
Creates a functioning automatic and manual plant watering system featuring Particle Argon, 5V power supply and sensors to activate the pump.
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
This device setup keeps track of different assignments and events from a Google calendar by displaying a light when an event begins.
This product utilizes the Particle Photon platform to send an alert to the IFTTT app when the door connected to the system has been opened.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
A quick internet-connected combination lock project for your retro rotary dial!
Every get to the store and then wonder if you have any milk? With the Smart Grocery List, this wont be a problem any longer.
Read out analog value from IR distance sensor and show the transferred distance up on your phone as well as the OLED by electron and IFTTT.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.
An inexpensive build-it-yourself system to monitor the activities of elderly people.
Integrating the Microsoft Band’s heart rate sensor with a Particle Photon so you can visualize your heart rate with an RGB LED.
Yet Another Particle Garage Opener
A gadget that displays your interest in communicating with the outside world. Also posts to Twitter.