Build your own automatic IoT plant irrigation system with soil sensor, Particle Photon, relay and immersible water motor.
How Particle Cloud and its devices provides a serious environment for professional IoT deployments: a simple workshop.
Work your garage door from your Phone, Apple Watch, or based on the proximity to your house!
Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
Know the temperature of your pool anywhere, anytime
Broadcast audio, record voice commands, build internet walkie-talkies with this simple tutorial!
Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
The Patriot Alexa Smart Home Skill and IoT library allow you to voice control your Photon quickly and easily with no Alexa coding at all.
Monitors soil moisture and weather forecasts to give plants just the water they need. Safe garden hose hookup for season long watering.
This example demonstrates how to leverage Particle Photon and Microsoft Azure to create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.
A thermostat you won't see
Measure the water consumption in your house with a Particle and water flow sensors.
Send and receive sound between Particle Photons, using microphones and speakers from Adafruit! Easy and fun, 1 day build or faster.
A non destructive basic garage opener
Use Pushbullet to notify you of whatever your hardware is doing
6 station Photon controller uses the free OpenWeatherMap API to prevent watering when windy, rainy, or too cold.
When the Particle Cloud meets the Amazon Cloud
Store any data you want in Google Sheets
Thought controlled system with personal webserver and 3 working functions: robot controller, home automation and PC mouse controller.
Use this lightweight, cross-platform editor while developing Particle software.
SparkFun Particle weather shield + Particle Photon + Weather Underground
This project is super simple and cheap. Only costs about $27 for everything you need! Oh and no programming at all!
Get notified of a water leak wherever you are
A first introduction in gas measurement with the sensor MQ-7 for Carbon Monoxide CO and Particle Photon.