Not a watt is unnacounted for. Detect Any Unncessary use of electrical power in realtime.
Integration of Particle Photon with IR motion and temperature sensors to send motion and temperature alerts to operations teams.
Tired of having to walk out in the cold rain to see if you got mail? Well don't worry anymore! "You got mail!" is here to save the day!
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."
Simple temperature sensor project used to collect temperature data on an OLED display.
Sound sensor construction for the Lane of Things project at Wrigley Field.
In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how I made a project to detect leaks and stop them in your house. Receive alerts via text and email.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
Two Particle Photons are used to power a temperature sensor and OLED display. The temp sensor records the ambient temp at 30 sec intervals.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Connect your Particle Photon directly to Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Central. Azure IoT Hub two-way messaging and direct methods supported.
Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
Turn on a light by focusing your mind.
IoT sensing, notifications, and analytics platform for urban and large-scale agriculture with automated irrigation, using Sigfox technology.
A new way to connect sensors! Connect up to five sensors to the particle powered WiSor and obtain real-time data on your mobile phone!
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
Ever wanted to know if your boss is busy in a meeting without having to physically walk down the hall to their office? Wonder no longer!
This project is for the Spring 2018 MEGR 3171 Class. It uses Particle Photons to measure the temperature in two separate rooms.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
Use IFTTT to automatically log data to a Google spreadsheet using a Particle Photon. This will show how I logged temperature data.
Get a text or call if your plant is getting too dry, along with a nice LCD display giving information regarding your plant's health.
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
Cheap & easy alarm-system.
Made by Group 510 (Gonzalo Rosales, Tatiana Carbajal and Martin Avila)