Is your desk a mess? Your physical in the real world desktop? How about getting a bit more organized and on track with a smart plant?
This self watering ecosystem, with room conditions ,provides the end user with a sense of calm, peace, and serenity. Take 5 mins and go deep
Ned is just like you and me, and needs to know that it is loved before it will do acts of service for the user. through a series of buttons
This smart shop controller is for any shop concerned with safety, security and sanitation. A fully connected device for any shop owner.
This device measures the temperature of the room. When it is above a specified temperature a LED will be activated to let you know.
This is a very simple photosensor-based system that alerts the user when the refrigerator door is left open.
Do not be discouraged if you are not a green thumber! Here is a watering system that can account for complex human lifestyles.
Set up a device in your cabinet to notify you when to wash your dishes. This device requires the Particle Argon or Photon.
Monitors the Open/Close status of multiple garage doors alerting via SMS/Text if any left open too long
A project that uses the Particle Photon to make it possible to open the door by just pressing a button on your computer keyboard.
This project is meant to give users the ability to have temperature dependent fan speed while working out.
Make one-off Particle Photon projects easier with DROTON. A DIN rail kit for your PHOTON.
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.
Entertain your felines for hours without the wrist pain using this sensor-activated bird wand.
Photon controlled servo motor that is used to remotely give my fishes a small snack.
Continuously monitors the soil moisture level and based on the reading turns ON/OFF the submersible pump to maintain the water level.
The newest innovation in oppressive light control!
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?