Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
Know the temperature of your pool anywhere, anytime
Miniature WiFi weather station made to feed data from a terrarium.
Read multiple sensors from a Particle Photon and Publish via webhook to Thingspeak.
Get notified of a water leak wherever you are
An air quality monitoring station that reports the PM2.5 density in the air, the Air Quality Index (AQI) via MQTT.
Spark Core / Photon / Electron Water Sensor with SMS alerts via Twilio or any webhook via IFTTT
Health monitoring system for plants.
My neighbors are making a lot of noise with construction and I want to see when they are loudest so I can plan accordingly.
Gather timestamps on when a door of interest is opened.
A simple device to detect entry into such a storage room like a pantry with only one entrance.
Have overzealous gamer siblings? Are YOU the overzealous gamer in your house? Detect and get notified of game-induced rage.
Never forget to water your plants again with this extraordinarily annoying soil moisture monitor.
A sensor that detects rain.
Control a HVAC zone by retrofitting a manual duct damper with a damper actuator motor and installing a thermostat to control it.
This will alert you when the gate is open so you can go close it.
Connect your Particle Photon directly to Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Central. Azure IoT Hub two-way messaging and direct methods supported.
This is a web enabled PM2.5 monitor designed to be cheap and easy to build.
To prevent burn injuries from hot appliance.
Use IFTTT to automatically log data to a Google spreadsheet using a Particle Photon. This will show how I logged temperature data.
IOT wind generator monitoring with real time logging and display on a Wink Nimbus gauge cluster.
A home-based disaster detection and monitoring system for fire, flood, temperature, and humidity.
This is a project that uses two Particle Photons and a PIR motion sensor to detect when someone enters your house.
Our device serves a multipurpose motion sensor that will allow you to remain confident in your belongings whereabouts