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.
I used Photon Boards to teach kids about coding and development boards at an elementary school in my area
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.
This project involves incorporating two particle argon devices and measuring the ideal shower temperature.
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.
Catch em' red handed without lifting a finger!
Need a sweater when you're downstairs but a Hawaiian shirt when you're upstairs? This two floor temperature sensor will help out your outfit
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.
The perfect cocktail at the push of a button!
Using two photons, a PIR sensor, IFTTT, google sheets, and a piezo buzzer, mailbox activity will be monitored and homeowner notified.
Too lazy to walk and turn something on Want to cheaply control your home power usage while out Well here's a button (and app) to solve it!
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 light switch that can be used without getting up to turn it on or off yourself.
A quick internet-connected combination lock project for your retro rotary dial!
This machine will work so that if you send a text message, it will dispense your animals food without you having to get out of bed.
Use Particle Photon to read UID of a NFC Card and display on LCD, all with I2C.
Get ready for your fireworks: the turn of the year will definitely come.
Temperature logger with display.
For this project we used a temperature sensor to trigger a fan to turn on via the internet when the temperature exceeds a stated value.
This is a generic sensor that anyone can adapt and use for their particular situation.
A simple project that utilizes 2 Photons and a temperature sensor to set off an alarm when a device gets too hot.
Don't you just hate when you buy a nice house plant, forget to water it and within a week or two it dies. We have a solution for you!