Keep forgetting to get your laundry before it wrinkles? No longer with this laundry notification device!
Introducing a unique way to quantify the change in pressure within a room when a closed door opens.
Added sensors to an iron man helmet to add cool features such as opening and closing the face shield as well as causing the eyes to glow.
Forgetful roommates who don't close the fridge? Worried about keeping your food (and drinks) thoroughly cooled? Then this device is for you!
Parking Sensor using an Ultrasonic Sensor and Particle Argons.
Did you forget about your dog that was outside? Never again with our device!
With the utilization of particle argons and sensors, we have constructed a reversing vehicular tool!
The Wakeup-Inator is a system that serves as a manual alarm and the ultimate accountability partner that will ensure no man is left behind.
An Interactive Lamp that can be remotely controlled by sound, motion, and touch.
This project involves utilizing two Particle Argons to sense PC Temperature and notify the user through the use of LEDs
Ever worked at a restaurant and wanted to know when the order was ready for you to serve to the customer. We've got the thing just for you.
Have you been leaving the lights on and wasting precious KW-h of energy? Turn them off from anywhere - as long as you have WIFI.
Have you ever wondered what the temperature or humidity is in a room or area? Well look no further as this project tries to get that info.
A small key box that could help Alzheimer patients families to identify the location, and the time when the key box gets opened.
A wifi enabled plant/greenhouse monitor with temperature/humidity, raindrop, and soil moisture sensors.
Keep track of your wandering pet as they love going outside and inside!
In this project 2 Particle argon were used in order to communicate to each other and be able to accurately read temperature and display data
This project uses two argons to turn on an LED light when a water level sensor senses water in a cup.
After getting absolutely fed up with our roommate's antics of not filling the pitcher back up, we put sensors on it to know when they steal.
Get cell phone notifications when the front doorbell is pressed
Team 19 (Daniel Shirilla, Dylan McClintock, River Issacsson-Savela)
This project introduces a way to count the number of people entering a room using a motion sensor, IR sensor, and a button.
This is a very simple photosensor-based system that alerts the user when the refrigerator door is left open.
This device measures the temperature of the room. When it is above a specified temperature a LED will be activated to let you know.