Create dashboard to monitor conditions using Structure and Particle Photon.
Turn on a light by focusing your mind.
Know when your clothes are dry
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
There are many ways for Particle Photons to interact with each other. To explore these capabilities, I created a useless machine.
This sensor will send out email notifications every time your plants need water.
Have you ever wanted to remotely monitor if a room is being accessed? With a internet connection you can monitor with ease.
A two-part system that senses and records motion at the front door, then sounds an alarm placed beside your bed, for example.
Get a text or call if your plant is getting too dry, along with a nice LCD display giving information regarding your plant's health.
This is a project that uses two Particle Photons, PIR motion sensor, and LED light to detect when someone walks into the room.
MEGR3171 Introduction to Instrumentation - Fall 2017 @UNC Charlotte / 2017 Fall IOT Project
This is a project that detects when there is motion in a room and turns on the lights for that room.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
Moisture sensor tells an LED to blink and uses IFTTT to send an message to your phone when your plant needs water.
The Floodlight Security System uses the Particle Photon platform to turn on a lamp when motion is detected.
A new way to connect sensors! Connect up to five sensors to the particle powered WiSor and obtain real-time data on your mobile phone!
Two Particle Photons are used to power a temperature sensor and OLED display. The temp sensor records the ambient temp at 30 sec intervals.
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Tired of having to walk out in the cold rain to see if you got mail? Well don't worry anymore! "You got mail!" is here to save the day!
A Wi-Fi Cow Collar that measures the daily movements of a cow and determine its usual temperature, movements and feeding time.
If you want to know when a professor comes back to his/her office so you can ask annoying questions then this an option
A small-scale replica of the original Herbert Televox robot from the 1920's was a great addition to a presentation on "how to tell stories."
Light up a "welcome" sign when you open your garage, and a lamp in the living room whenever you close it (to find your way when it's dark).