Get a touch remote interface for your particle cloud
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.
This system is designed to notify the user if they have left their home with the garage door open.
Keep your peace of mind by knowing when someone is entering your home.
Helps everyone keep track of some basic responsibilities in an apartment. Keeping track of the little things makes everyone's life easier!
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.
This project demonstrates how to create clap on/off LED lightstrip. Follow this project to learn to code, wire, and execute smart lights.
Never get caught walking all the way down to your dorm's laundry room only to find out none of the machines are available!
An NFC Tag Reader implementation for Particle Cloud devices
Use multiple sensors with the particle argon connected via the internet to stay connected with friends in an interesting way.
Prove to the world that you're a good driver by showing your "Infraction Score, " generated by using argons and sensors.
AfterMarket add-on that will help your bike not only stand out but help you track whether you are on time
Use Particle Argons as the brains for a smart thermostat, without having to replace your thermostat!
A new way to control your laundry cycles!
Remotely measure the internal temperature of food and the outside temperature without the hassle of checking.
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.
Easily connect your particle device to the adafruit cloud through a webhook integration
I am a CNM student who has participated in the STEM Core summer program. This is my project while in the course.
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.
In a one-week crash course into IoT, we learned the general ideas behind the connections you can make using the internet.
Working in CNM Stem Cohort Community and getting a crash course in IoT. I've learned how to code in C/C++ and create an IoT prototype.
I am a participant in the 2022 STEM Core Summer Bridge Program and we learned IoT, programming in C and C++ in this project.
I'm learning IoT over a week long period. I have learned how to use a Temp gage, LED lights.