With the wave of your hand, the Holocron opens up keeping you on the light-side.
An inexpensive open-source home automation solution for low income individuals.
A Custom Home lighting experience with a Particle Photon and a Xamarin Mobile Cross platform app.
This is the Online Force Detector. It tells me in real time which of my friends are connected to the Playstation Network.
This painting change in each moment as new.
Turn your plain light switch into an internet connected luxury item that will wow your friends and family.
Simple wifi touch lights that synchronize their colors from across the globe letting loved ones know you are thinking of them.
Create a web-connected light-strip API controllable from your website, using the Particle.io.
This is a shelf for starting plant seeds, controlled over the internet with automatic lights.
Turn the lights on and off with a finger snap.
CheerLights that are controlled by tweets and that change color in synchronization with all the other CheerLights around the world.
Turn your lights off in your room and watch the RGB led light strip light up. Great for parties and can be used for exterior illumination.
Don't you just hate getting into bed, getting comfortable, and then realizing you forgot to turn off the lights? Well this is for you!
With Lea you can automate the lights according to the brightness of the environment.
Automated light that allows you control your room light with a motion sensor and Amazon Alexa while logging the light level every minute.
Turn any surface into a tap/knock sensor to control your Philips Hue lights.
Harness the power of the force: harnessing the power of a droid to harness the power of the force to control your lights!
The screen displays a news headline and whether the light is on or off.
Need extra light when stumbling in late at night? We have your answer.
A WarGames inspired Defcon sign connected to the UK MI5 terrorism threat level.
Add functionality to your bedside lamp by having it tell you the current temperature and forecast high.
This Photon-powered project will display the weather on a Lego scene with PTH LED bricks!
Light bulbs connected to a motion sensor with a welcoming speaker.
Have you ever wanted to spice up your party environment with lights? This project uses two Particle Photons, a photoresistor and LED lights.