SparkFun Particle weather shield + Particle Photon + Weather Underground
Monitors the Open/Close status of multiple garage doors alerting via SMS/Text if any left open too long
Photon controlled relay to turn whatever on & off. Also, avoid the hassle of a wall-wart power adapter. There are also a couple of inputs!
Using a space heater to heat the garage and then open the door.
Control your coffee pot remotely. Receive a signal when complete.
I was tired of using push-in boards and jumpers for my projects, so I developed a shield for the Particle Electron.
Parachute velocity is a metric that hasn't been properly measured in the skydiving community. The Parachute Speedometer does just that.
Continuously monitors the soil moisture level and based on the reading turns ON/OFF the submersible pump to maintain the water level.
For work every now and then I have to enroll up to 200 Chromebooks/Chromebits/Chromeboxes, so I wrote a script that does just that.
A little gadget that will watch a list of servers, to see if they are running perfectly, slowly or not at all. Notifying you accordingly.
The newest innovation in oppressive light control!
Water your plants by simply asking Alexa to water your plants for you.
Are you tired of all of your pesky roommates stealing your food? Me too, that's why we have the Food Thief Catcher!
Can't afford an expensive security system, but still want to protect your home? This simple alarm is all you need to scare off any intruder!
Photon controlled servo motor that is used to remotely give my fishes a small snack.
This project was done as an extension of the instrumentation course that I am taking. I used the parts that come with the Particle Photon.
Change the LED brightness using the photoresistor.
A project that uses the Particle Photon to make it possible to open the door by just pressing a button on your computer keyboard.
Detects when something is moving in a room and sends warnings to owner via LED lights, an alert noise, and a text message.
Will allow for you to have your lights on when you come home at night, but not waste energy and run up the power bill while unneeded.
This project uses 2 Particle Photons to control whether the lights are on or off in your room automatically by sensing ambient light.
Have you grown tired of climbing to the attic on a daily basis just to check the mouse trap which hasn't yet caught a mouse?
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.
Simple motion detection that logs movement into a Google Sheet. Requirements: Photon, PIR Motion Sensor, IFTTT, and Google Sheets,