A simple temperature and humidity monitor based on the Particle Photon 2.
Implement variable speed throttle
No more waiting for the light to turn green at an empty intersection with motion sensor triggered traffic lights.
Charge your devices while you wait for the bus or train, entertain yourself with sound-reactive lights and get informed with data on screen.
Imagine a toy for your pets that could turn on when it sensed when their near and offer entertainment while away from home!
Does anyone in your household leave the refrigerator door open for too long, or simply forget to close it?
A Particle Argon, using data from a pair of piezoelectric elements, locates a falling puck as it falls down a "Plinko"-style pegboard.
LED strips are cool, but you know what's even cooler? Being able to turn them on just by waving your hand or making a sound!
IoT Bee Hive - Save The Bees
The BBQ buddy will tell you what temperature your grill or oven is from anywhere in your house!
A new device that takes two pictures and compares the color change between every pixel. It then creates a new image with the data.
A Wi-Fi Cow Collar that measures the daily movements of a cow and determine its usual temperature, movements and feeding time.
This is a smart watering system made for the Internet of Things boot-camp at CNM. I took inspiration from Stranger Things in my design.
A Particle Argon waters a plant based on moisture in soil, while a camera attached to an ESP32 posts jpegs to an Adafruit Dashboard.
The most accurate real-time availability status. Based on audio recognition, NoticeMe aims to bring remote people closer together.
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.
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.
Prove to the world that you're a good driver by showing your "Infraction Score, " generated by using argons and sensors.
Use Particle Argons as the brains for a smart thermostat, without having to replace your thermostat!
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.
I wanted to make a smart(ish) fish tank and play with new sensors! I made a turbidity sensor, and learned a great deal in the process.
If you're like me and haven't owned any plants in years for fear of forgetting to water them and letting them die, here's a solution!