The handheld hazardous gas detector is a lifesaving device for technicians and engineers who want to ensure their safety at work.
This is a Particle Argon program designed to execute a risk-reward game where players have to shoot for the highest number without matching.
Temperature, the ever changing factor in electronics. Something that needs to be monitored and measured to ensure proper operation.
The goal of the project is to construct a system that can detect the temperature of a room and turn on a light when people enter the room.
Utilize sensors to monitor sound disturbances and temperature levels in a gaming environment. If thresholds are reached, alerts are sent.
A new way to control your laundry cycles!
No, this is not our plant, but it will be yours if you leave it unattended. Here's a way to keep it healthy with minimal effort.
Particle Argon-Based Internet of Things, Using 3 Argons to Measure Coolant Temperature Through the Radiator of a Formula SAE Race Car
Using Amazon Alexa or the app, start a PC and operate a space heater then use a temperature sensor to regulate the heater.
"Ever leave the house with your straightener accidentally left on?"
The dash sensor reads light, temperature, and acceleration, these readings will lead to a better understanding of the user's surroundings.
Our project helps you keep piece and mind while having a motion-activated sensor at your front door.
Our Pet Feeder puts your mind at ease by ensuring that your pet is well fed while you are away from home!
An alarm clock that can be snoozed remotely via detection from an IR motion sensor and can report the weather by using a solar panel.
Setting up and Building a parking sensor with Particle Argons, digital, and analog sensors.
A parking sensor that can let drivers know when a parking lot is full or has vacancies.
Designed to fit in your car, this warning system alerts you when bad driving conditions may be present.
Have you wondered what the specific temperature of a room is and if someone goes into said room. This product helps with that.
In this project we've built IoT based smart and secure lock which have 3 layers of access. RFID + PIN/password + OTP(one time password).
I tell my Amazon Alexa to dispense necessary items onto my palms when I ask for them.
It dispenses coasters remotely to signal to a person they should use a coaster because people never use them even though they should.
An alexa-automated surface that turns on command
Senses the vibration of the toilet flushing, and closes the toilet seat