IKEA PS 2014 Pendant Lamp Modification
Uses GP-20U7 GPS Receiver Plots location on Google Maps
How to build a DIY Wi-Fi gas detector that sends SMS alerts using a Particle Photon, a gas sensor and a buzzer
To monitor user safety, a sensor cluster collects and graphs data of obstacles in the blind spot, wheelchair speed, and degrees of tilt.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.
A device made with a bar graph and a Particle Photon to show the WiFi strength.
A quick internet-connected combination lock project for your retro rotary dial!
Yet Another Particle Garage Opener
A meter that indicates the Wi-Fi signal strength in an intuitive way, using the parts I had on hand.
Particle Internet Button turned into Pomodoro Timer (any time interval!)
Remote Humidity / Temperature / Motion detection using Particle Cloud and IFTTT for notifications.
Integrating the Microsoft Band’s heart rate sensor with a Particle Photon so you can visualize your heart rate with an RGB LED.
An inexpensive build-it-yourself system to monitor the activities of elderly people.
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 custom Android app remote for a Photon powered relay controller.
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!
Wall mounted light for assessing the weather at a glance.
Ask Amazon Alexa for the temperature and humidity from a Particle Photon.
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!
R2D2 will connect to the particle.io IoT cloud and display the outside temperature so I can dress my kids weather appropriate.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
Basic Particle with BME280 I2C sensor to Thingspeak Bridge. 8 channels including 3 analogs are sent every 15 seconds.
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.