How Particle Cloud and its devices provides a serious environment for professional IoT deployments: a simple workshop.
Learn how to connect a Particle Mesh board to an iPhone or iPad. Master connecting to, reading from and writing to BLE devices in iOS.
Make a machine learning smart home that adapts to how you control your lights.
An IoT smart mailbox for securely receiving parcels and getting notification on app without being present at home.
Build your own automatic IoT plant irrigation system with soil sensor, Particle Photon, relay and immersible water motor.
Control a HVAC zone by retrofitting a manual duct damper with a damper actuator motor and installing a thermostat to control it.
A system of three robots that can be controlled and battled by three different players via a mobile webpage.
A solar-powered IoT device for monitoring sound level, air quality, humidity, and temperature.
This device automatically detects and uploads the location of road hazards, creating a safer driving environment!
Alexa-controlled LEDs using Particle Photon in multiple languages (English, Hindi, Marathi).
It gets weather from the web and shows it on gauges. Perfect if your aesthetic is mid-century modern IoT.
Air quality on the job is overlooked. Respirators are uncomfortable. But do you know what you're breathing in? Learn how to build your own.
If anyone from around the world tweets "Water @WilbertThePlant" the red solo cup attached to the bamboo will flip and water Wilbert.
A small portable box that prints messages sent by a loved one.
Use Slack to fire off custom messages to a Photon scrolling marquee.
Accurately control beer fermentation temperature while monitoring it from anywhere.
Simple motion detection that logs movement into a Google Sheet. Requirements: Photon, PIR Motion Sensor, IFTTT, and Google Sheets,
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
A reminder with lights and notification. If it's a specific time during the day, it will light up different colors with a notification.
Publish messages through your local mesh network using the tools that come in the Argon development kit!
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."
Did you ever forget your laundry in the machine? Say no more! We've developed LaundReminder to help you remember.
Fairly straightforward project to get introduced into the capabilities of the Photon!
Forgot the stove on again? Don't worry! This system stops grease fires in their tracks. By: Willie Grant, Rubicel Villeda, Prince Muhumur