Control relays with your Particle Mesh devices from your phone, open source Ionic Android app included!
A dehumidifier for your 3D printing dry box to keep your filament dry without the need for desiccant.
Track the distance, speed, and acceleration of your bicycle in real time using two Particle Photons.
An automatic suspension fork compression changing device that responds to dropper post movement.
Too lazy to get off the couch? "Alexa, turn on the lights."
Two Particle Photons are used to power a temperature sensor and OLED display. The temp sensor records the ambient temp at 30 sec intervals.
Always be a safe distance from a wall in your parking spot. Introducing our IoT project with a HC-SR04 distance sensor.
The best way to save electricity from using your light bulbs is to open your blinds and let the sun shine through!
Have you ever wanted to spice up your party environment with lights? This project uses two Particle Photons, a photoresistor and LED lights.
This is a project that detects when there is motion in a room and turns on the lights for that room.
This project uses two Particle Photons and photoresistors to synchronize a pair of light switches in a combined living room/kitchen.
This is a project that uses two Particle Photons, PIR motion sensor, and LED light to detect when someone walks into the room.
The Motion Alarm 9000 will alert you when anyone enters your room.
Have a plant that needs watering? Going on vacation soon and have nobody to water it? Then this is the project for you.
Imagine opening your door and the room immediately illuminates to greet you or to inform you of any other visitors.
Door lock with a light sensor using two Particle Photons.
The kitchalarm notifies you when your kitchen is empty so that you don't have to stop working to check for yourself.
Ever wonder if the mailman has been by the house yet? Use this IoT project to know exactly when your important package has been delivered!
Have you ever been distracted by your phone while studying, but you still need it for schools email. We've got the solution for you!
Imagine a water bottle that records how much water you drink in a day! Created by Megan Weber and Marlena Meyer.
IoT Group 17 - A pair of digital pace clocks for the UNC Charlotte Club Swimming Team.
Using the the relative temperatures between two sensors to control an attic fan in order to improve the efficiency of your home's AC.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Device that alerts you to stop and turns on a "porch light" when you pull into your parking spot.
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