Door controller intended for secure and reliable operation of house garage door. Powered by Particle Photon, MQTT and openHAB.
The way out of the one-way street.
Use IOTA to send tokens and a return address to a Node.js website that controls what Particle Photon sensor information is returned.
The ability to mass produce and create a large scale swarm with interchangeable pieces for a variety of purposes and algorithms.
An LED counter for tracking your WordPress blog visitors when using the WP Statistics plugin and a Particle Photon.
When the external parameter falls the required values the microcontroller connected through the clouds will do the actions required.
A project that uses the Particle Photon to make it possible to open the door by just pressing a button on your computer keyboard.
How Particle Cloud and its devices provides a serious environment for professional IoT deployments: a simple workshop.
Build your own automatic IoT plant irrigation system with soil sensor, Particle Photon, relay and immersible water motor.
Alexa-controlled LEDs using Particle Photon in multiple languages (English, Hindi, Marathi).
It gets weather from the web and shows it on gauges. Perfect if your aesthetic is mid-century modern IoT.
Use Slack to fire off custom messages to a Photon scrolling marquee.
Accurately control beer fermentation temperature while monitoring it from anywhere.
Simple motion detection that logs movement into a Google Sheet. Requirements: Photon, PIR Motion Sensor, IFTTT, and Google Sheets,
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
A reminder with lights and notification. If it's a specific time during the day, it will light up different colors with a notification.
A small-scale replica of the original Herbert Televox robot from the 1920's was a great addition to a presentation on "how to tell stories."
Did you ever forget your laundry in the machine? Say no more! We've developed LaundReminder to help you remember.
Fairly straightforward project to get introduced into the capabilities of the Photon!
Forgot the stove on again? Don't worry! This system stops grease fires in their tracks. By: Willie Grant, Rubicel Villeda, Prince Muhumur
This project is meant to give users the ability to have temperature dependent fan speed while working out.
Ever too lazy to get up and talk to someone in your house? The Shred Box will solve all your needs!
This project helps you save food and electricity by telling you when the refrigerator door has been left open.
Converting a RC car to an IoT car with a Particle Photon and controlling it with the Blynk app.