Remotely measure the internal temperature of food and the outside temperature without the hassle of checking.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.
Uses GP-20U7 GPS Receiver Plots location on Google Maps
To monitor user safety, a sensor cluster collects and graphs data of obstacles in the blind spot, wheelchair speed, and degrees of tilt.
How to build a DIY Wi-Fi gas detector that sends SMS alerts using a Particle Photon, a gas sensor and a buzzer
IKEA PS 2014 Pendant Lamp Modification
Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
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!
Super simple sunrise alarm clock built with a Particle Internet Button and a react-native mobile app.
A particle-powered button to end Zoom meetings with a single hit
Ask Amazon Alexa for the temperature and humidity from a Particle Photon.
Your first clock with 4 components, based on Grove and TM1637.
Yet Another Particle Garage Opener
Particle Internet Button turned into Pomodoro Timer (any time interval!)
The perfect cocktail at the push of a button!
Make two Particle Photons "talk" via the usage of webhooks!
Connect a Grove Relay to a Particle Photon to control an electromagnetic lock.
STL files to print an enclosure consists of 2 parts. The top part holds the 1.8 " TFT Display and the bottom part holds the Photon.
This system of Particle devices notifies you when someone has entered your room and logs data for when your door opens and closes.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
A Particle board that functions as an alarm clock and is integrated with the Mozilla FireFox OS. You can set the alarms through the mobile.
Read out analog value from IR distance sensor and show the transferred distance up on your phone as well as the OLED by electron and IFTTT.
Hello. I am 9. I love Darth Vader. I want to turn a photon into a Vader Vambrace. This Vambrace turns off TVs!