Taking inspiration from the Harry Potter character's Weasley clock, this one uses Particle and IFTTT to tell you where two people are.
A simple train time ticker that displays the current time + the trains arriving to a specific platform in the next 30 minutes
The flip dot display uses an electromechanical dot matrix that spin from black to yellow to display text, numbers and more!
This is the Online Force Detector. It tells me in real time which of my friends are connected to the Playstation Network.
Get your kids to stop asking how many days till Christmas. In an hour you can build a display to tell them.
Track the distance, speed, and acceleration of your bicycle in real time using two Particle Photons.
Stick with your New Year's resolution this time by setting goals and getting a reward upon completing them.
An improvement over v1 with lessons learned
Particle project using two Photons to connect to Weather Underground and display relevant weather information.
Use a thermal printer to print out a random fact with the help of Google Assistant.
Alexa controlled timers at a glimpse. A really fancy egg-timer with added temperature control.
Glanceable traffic info
Take a dumb air conditioner and make it smart so that you can set it and forget it. Uses Particle Photon.
Build a Magic Mirror with a Particle Photon and Beam LED grid for cheap!
See easily the probability of upcoming rain in the next 60mins to decide whether it's OK to take the bike or to better use an alternative.
Two Particle Photons are used to power a temperature sensor and OLED display. The temp sensor records the ambient temp at 30 sec intervals.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
A WarGames inspired Defcon sign connected to the UK MI5 terrorism threat level.
Our project will quickly read temperature, store online to the cloud, and then display the temperature to you on a different Photon!
Have you ever wanted to spice up your party environment with lights? This project uses two Particle Photons, a photoresistor and LED lights.
DHT22 Temperature Sensor used to display data on Adafruit. io and on an Adafruit SSD1360 OLED display.
An LED counter for tracking your WordPress blog visitors when using the WP Statistics plugin and a Particle Photon.