It's Pong-ish. Mostly demo code for an IoT bootcamp, showing use of the display, encoder, and some programming concepts introduced in class.
This 2-part project demonstrates environment monitoring and control, as well as publish() and subscribe() data passing between 2 Argons
Publish messages through your local mesh network using the tools that come in the Argon development kit!
This project is submitted to Deakin University, School of IT, for Unit SIT210 - Embedded Systems Development.
Motion detector that triggers a change to an LCD screen.
Using multiple Particle-based devices, you can collect and compare weather data from across the city or even across the world.
Many people come home and might want to hear some activity in their or house or they want to have some home automation to save time.
Using an Argon and a Metal Touch sensor, This device notifies you when your favorite snack is gone.
The most modern way to see if your friend is AFK!
A Particle Argon MCU reads data from a capacitive soil moisture and communicates that data to an iOS app using Morse code.
Based on crimes or COVID-19 cases in a particular area today compared to yesterday, see a visualization on whether to go outside or not.
This is not your traditional Halloween candy box!
A device that keeps your car from turning on until a good glucose readings is received.
An NFC Tag Reader implementation for Particle Cloud devices
Home innovation project for Lane Tech PCL, Closes a lid on a candle after 2 hours of it being lit.
Using bluetooth scanning, this device can warn of nearby human presence for safety or security applications.
A system that reads the moisture in the soil. If the soil gets too dry, the system will turn on and water the plant itself.
This code allows a program to count the total number of NeoPixels in a string with out lighting them