Track your water consumption and save money with Dusch-o-meter, the smart device for eco-friendly showers.
An NFC Tag Reader implementation for Particle Cloud devices
This code allows a program to count the total number of NeoPixels in a string with out lighting them
A system that reads the moisture in the soil. If the soil gets too dry, the system will turn on and water the plant itself.
Based on crimes or COVID-19 cases in a particular area today compared to yesterday, see a visualization on whether to go outside or not.
Using an Argon and a Metal Touch sensor, This device notifies you when your favorite snack is gone.
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).
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.
Use Particle's Internet Button to let you know if you can go flying with the current weather at your local airport.
Motion detector that triggers a change to an LCD screen.
Using multiple Particle-based devices, you can collect and compare weather data from across the city or even across the world.
The way out of the one-way street.
Follow up on previous post to check how to add libraries so that your project can be built and released through Azure DevOps.
Learn how to connect a Particle Mesh board to an iPhone or iPad. Master connecting to, reading from and writing to BLE devices in iOS.
Publish messages through your local mesh network using the tools that come in the Argon development kit!
Fairly straightforward project to get introduced into the capabilities of the Photon!
Leveraging Azure DevOps to manage your particle devices (or from code to your device harnessing the power of ADO).
Use RedBear Duo to read from a sensor array and report data to the Particle Cloud.
24MHz 8CH - How to monitor an I2C sensor.
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.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2