Send and receive sound between Particle Photons, using microphones and speakers from Adafruit! Easy and fun, 1 day build or faster.
A whimsical weather clock powered by Particle and forecast.io
1960's ИН-14 Soviet Nixie tubes meet new age IoT with an onboard temperature and humidity sensor. All powered by USB!
Imagine a garage door opener that can be accessed from anywhere and opens your garage when your phone is near. That dream is now a reality.
Controlling access to your garage & home has never been more convenient and secure...100% hands-free!
6 station Photon controller uses the free OpenWeatherMap API to prevent watering when windy, rainy, or too cold.
Using the Photon's built in ADC and TCP capability, you can generate a sub millisecond oscilloscope view on a Windows client.
Turn your headphones into a wearable computer that can send and receive commands through a web page or a Pebble Time watch.
A word clock resembling the Death Star. Edgelit acrylic and an RGB matrix provide for neat light effects. Good looking AND useful!
The Little Red Box contains a Photon with attached soil moisture, soil temperature and a UV/IR/Visible light sensor. It uploads data to d...
A quick tutorial from our workshop at CascadiaJS 2015!
Use your smartwatch to control your electronics at home like a Jedi knight! A modern and elegant IoT home automation solution with Photon.
I created an Alexa skill that lets me talk through the Particle Device Cloud to my many online devices.
There are many ways for Particle Photons to interact with each other. To explore these capabilities, I created a useless machine.
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.
Stick with your New Year's resolution this time by setting goals and getting a reward upon completing them.
A display to remind me when I can donate blood and save lives, powered by the Red Cross API and Particle.
CheerLights that are controlled by tweets and that change color in synchronization with all the other CheerLights around the world.
An improvement over v1 with lessons learned
Use the Photon and 3D printed part to make Darth Vader's Command center, which display weather,surf report,tweets and a message from Mom.
We used a Particle Photon and Johnny-Five to send sensor data to Parse. Then we had an iOS app that pulled that data back down.
This little droid will turn on the lights and make a fuss when any motion is detected. It can also be remotely monitored and controlled.
A system for the blind which helps them walk through the street, as and also monitors their location and sends an SOS on button press.
Use a photon to control IR LEDs as a object detector to trigger a relay giving power to an extension cord.