Create a beautiful medium for weather information using Particle's cloud services and IFTTT.
SparkFun Particle weather shield + Particle Photon + Weather Underground
Miniature WiFi weather station made to feed data from a terrarium.
Nothing is scarier sounding than a bomb cyclone. By analyzing weather station data on ThingSpeak, we see the bombogenesis forming.
This example demonstrates how to leverage Particle Core and Microsoft Azure to create a weather station using the DHT11 sensor.
Small weather station that uploads to Weather Underground with a NeoPixel ring for visualization.
Pulls the current moon phase every hour and updates a motor that projects a silhouette to represent the shadow casted on the moon.
Wall mounted light for assessing the weather at a glance.
IOT wind generator monitoring with real time logging and display on a Wink Nimbus gauge cluster.
R2D2 will connect to the particle.io IoT cloud and display the outside temperature so I can dress my kids weather appropriate.
Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
Understanding the attire for your morning run based on differences in indoor & outdoor heat indexes built on Particle and local weather data
Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
A fun build for kids! An indicator that shows them what to wear based on the weather of the day.
Drive a 8x32 LED dot matrix module with a particle photon to display real-time weather or messages sent via the Blynk app.
DHT22 sensor connected to photon transmits humidity & temperature values to spreadsheets on Google Drive.
Using three Particle Argons, this system senses the temperature and humidity and outputs a clothing combination for optimal comfort.
Particle project using two Photons to connect to Weather Underground and display relevant weather information.
A first introduction to using Hover Labs Beam.
The weathermen are shoddy at best, let's put the power in our hands. Accurate live data can give you the results the meteorologists don't.
Using multiple Particle-based devices, you can collect and compare weather data from across the city or even across the world.
A wifi enabled plant/greenhouse monitor with temperature/humidity, raindrop, and soil moisture sensors.
Project using GPS and temperature sensors to compare weather in different locations.
When the weather is higher than 65 F, the red LED will light up and when the weather is lower than 65 F, the yellow LED will light up.