Uses 2 Particle Argons to control a motion sensor, switch, and two lights that communicate with each other. For MEGR 3171 IOT Project.
LED strips are cool, but you know what's even cooler? Being able to turn them on just by waving your hand or making a sound!
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.
An autonomic hydroponics unit with everything you need for a full-size unit packed into a compact corner unit.
Turns on the light to wake you up at a certain time.
An Interactive Lamp that can be remotely controlled by sound, motion, and touch.
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.
Pulls the current moon phase every hour and updates a motor that projects a silhouette to represent the shadow casted on the moon.
A sensor that tells me and my friend when my roommates are using my butter
Use Particle Argons, Blynk IoT app, and a motion sensor to activate and change colors of an LED light strip.
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
Control NeoPixels from the cloud! Connect them to anything! Trigger from your IOS/Android/Web and even Android Wear. Uses Photon or Core.
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 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.
Harness the power of the force: harnessing the power of a droid to harness the power of the force to control your lights!
Dim the lights and get the party started with this Particle Photon project.
Interactive laser controllers fire at a light saber sensor which publishes motion data to a force field web visualization.