Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
Posting of your weather sensor readings for multiple weather sensors to various public websites.
The weathermen are shoddy at best, let's put the power in our hands. Accurate live data can give you the results the meteorologists don't.
Particle project using two Photons to connect to Weather Underground and display relevant weather information.
Drive a 8x32 LED dot matrix module with a particle photon to display real-time weather or messages sent via the Blynk app.
Device will send emails if the door or window has been opened, and will monitor the temperature and humidity of the place.
Monitors soil moisture and weather forecasts to give plants just the water they need. Safe garden hose hookup for season long watering.
6 station Photon controller uses the free OpenWeatherMap API to prevent watering when windy, rainy, or too cold.
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
The Temperature Mirror incorporates a digital display to allow its user to readily view time, temperature, humidity, and light.
Small weather station that uploads to Weather Underground with a NeoPixel ring for visualization.
Here's a spin on the venerable temperature/humidity logging module. Our version is an IoT utilizing a Particle Photon and a DHT22.
This Photon-powered project will display the weather on a Lego scene with PTH LED bricks!
IOT wind generator monitoring with real time logging and display on a Wink Nimbus gauge cluster.
DHT22 sensor connected to photon transmits humidity & temperature values to spreadsheets on Google Drive.
Create dashboard to monitor conditions using Structure and Particle Photon.
Use the Photon and 3D printed part to make Darth Vader's Command center, which display weather,surf report,tweets and a message from Mom.
A whimsical weather clock powered by Particle and forecast.io
This example demonstrates how to leverage Particle Photon and Microsoft Azure to create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.