A project to see when to water a plant
No 9000 series computer has ever made a mistake. Putting that theory to the test. A 2019 odyssey to monitor and control garage doors.
We replace the clunky, hard-to-use, aging controller for our home's in-ground sprinkler system and integrate it with our home automation.
A project that uses the Particle Photon to make it possible to open the door by just pressing a button on your computer keyboard.
This project is meant to give users the ability to have temperature dependent fan speed while working out.
Control a hospital bed with WiFi or even voice, allowing individuals with disabilities to become more comfortable throughout the night.
Internet-connected bathroom ventilator triggered by room humidity.
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Gutters to Gardens is a solar powered rain barrel for remotely or automatically activating a water distribution system for home garden beds.
Make one-off Particle Photon projects easier with DROTON. A DIN rail kit for your PHOTON.
An automatic pellet dispenser designed to feed your dog or cat without lifting a finger
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
TYP is an IoT-application based on the implementation of a Particle Photon that detects whether a certain parking lot is free or not.
With Lea you can automate the lights according to the brightness of the environment.
Turn any surface into a tap/knock sensor to control your Philips Hue lights.
Keep your wine at optimum serving or storage temperatures. Powered by Particle and UWP.
Monitor and log water quality (pH & ORP) and temperature from everywhere.
Web app garage door opener with up/down direction detection, https password protection, lots of error detection and activity/error logging.
Have you grown tired of climbing to the attic on a daily basis just to check the mouse trap which hasn't yet caught a mouse?
Entertain your felines for hours without the wrist pain using this sensor-activated bird wand.
The newest innovation in oppressive light control!
Real time notifications for when your precious packages and letters arrive.
A capacative touch sensor allows text message feedback when an intruder enters the room as well as turning on the lights and fan.