This project fixed my problems with hot and cold rooms and logs details about how it was done, to compare to my ecobee4 thermostat details.
Use Particle Argons as the brains for a smart thermostat, without having to replace your thermostat!
IoT Mesh Forest Fire Detection System
It gets weather from the web and shows it on gauges. Perfect if your aesthetic is mid-century modern IoT.
This project will start a 2014 Ford Fiesta remotely
A set of blinds that will open automatically when sunlight hits a photodetector as well as open and close at a certain time.
Have you ever been too lazy to get up and turn on or off your lights? Then this Sound Activated LED Strip is just for you.
This project will allow ones drink to be measured in weight and temperature to ensure the drink is at their desired temperature and amount.
A motion-sensing light system that has 2-way communication between 2 Particle Argons and uploads data to ThingSpeak.
Dispense detergent using a smart home device such as Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
This project consists of 3 particle argons communicating via webhooks to collect battery testing data for Li-Po battery cells.
The kitchalarm notifies you when your kitchen is empty so that you don't have to stop working to check for yourself.
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
This device helps you keep your roommate from using all the hot water while they're showering.
Intelligent device to avoid kitchen fires. Sends a message to your telegram account if you have forgotten the stove.
Do you have messy roommates that you constantly have to clean up after, this project might be for you.
The device measures the weights of your pet's food and water, as well as the humidity in the room. Data is output to Google Sheets.
An IOT-connected locking box for valuables that sends an alert and remotely sets off an alarm if moved.
A Particle based system for monitoring temperature remotely with an included ant-tamper log
There's thermostats on the wall, weather apps on your phone, but is there an accurate way to measure temperature freely?