Christmas Gift Box plays music and sends an email when it is opened.
A smart home solution to all your separated "smart" devices that you can host yourself, customize, and add functionality to.
Broadcast audio, record voice commands, build internet walkie-talkies with this simple tutorial!
Spark Core + Camera + NodeJS = Home Security Camera
Build it yourself and control your garage door with the Pebble Smartwatch and the Sparkcore
This example demonstrates how to leverage Particle Photon and Microsoft Azure to create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.
Building your own portable weather station and analyzing weather data in the cloud.
Send and receive sound between Particle Photons, using microphones and speakers from Adafruit! Easy and fun, 1 day build or faster.
Home Automation using Particle and Amazon Echo
Our project is a carbon fiber vacuum chamber that is monitored by multiple particle photons and various sensors.
An IoT device used to check the humidity levels of your houseplants. Low powered, rechargeable, and powered by Particle's Mesh devices.
Get your essential appliances off the grid with just one solar panel
With the wave of your hand, the Holocron opens up keeping you on the light-side.
Monitors soil moisture and weather forecasts to give plants just the water they need. Safe garden hose hookup for season long watering.
A whimsical weather clock powered by Particle and forecast.io
By using IFTTT, the Google Assistant API, and a Particle Photon, you can make a machine that gives out candy upon your request!
A solar-powered IoT device for monitoring sound level, air quality, humidity, and temperature.
I designed this stepper motor with eight electromagnets, six neodymium magnets, with a 3d printed rotor and stator housing.
3D Printed Particle.io powered Sumo Bot with Pololu motor controller
This is the Online Force Detector. It tells me in real time which of my friends are connected to the Playstation Network.
Internet of Trees – Soil Saturation Monitor Using Particle, Azure, and Power Bi
Intro to using FSMs in your IoT projects.
1960's ИН-14 Soviet Nixie tubes meet new age IoT with an onboard temperature and humidity sensor. All powered by USB!
The flip dot display uses an electromechanical dot matrix that spin from black to yellow to display text, numbers and more!