The goal of the project is to construct a system that can detect the temperature of a room and turn on a light when people enter the room.
This project tracks customer traffic in and out of a shop.
This painting change in each moment as new.
A motion-sensing light system that has 2-way communication between 2 Particle Argons and uploads data to ThingSpeak.
Use a cyberpunk-esque plastic shape with lights to visualize the reviews of the game after launch.
Ever wanted voice controlled LED lights? Well here you go.
Remove the need for light switches and wasted time unplugging and plugging in various lights in the room
Learn how to set up a light-sensitive LED Strip using only 2 Particle Argon Kits and an Individually Programmable LED Strip!
Turn your light switch on and off from your phone.
A WarGames inspired Defcon sign connected to the UK MI5 terrorism threat level.
I wanted to experiment with NeoPixels from Adafruit and the Particle Core so I built a color changing ambient light orb.
TrainLight hangs on the wall and subtly tells you at a glance which nearby transit lines will get you to your destination fastest.
An inexpensive open-source home automation solution for low income individuals.
An alarm clock that is sure to wake you up for your big day as a college student. Made for the MEGR 3171 IOT Project
This project uses two Particle Photons, with two way communication. These photons are used to gain the attention of the other user.
This is a shelf for starting plant seeds, controlled over the internet with automatic lights.
This project uses two Particle Photons and photoresistors to synchronize a pair of light switches in a combined living room/kitchen.
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.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Text Crayola color names to animate a ring of lights. Put this device in front of you during a talk and audience distraction is guaranteed!
Have lots of lights plugged into the wall or power strips with no light switches to control them? IoT to the rescue!
Turn the lights on and off with a finger snap.
Light up a "welcome" sign when you open your garage, and a lamp in the living room whenever you close it (to find your way when it's dark).