Have you ever wanted to spice up your party environment with lights? This project uses two Particle Photons, a photoresistor and LED lights.
This project uses two Particle Photons and photoresistors to synchronize a pair of light switches in a combined living room/kitchen.
This is a project that detects when there is motion in a room and turns on the lights for that room.
A motion controlled/light sensing activated relay board to control your lights, fans, or any other household appliance.
Have lots of lights plugged into the wall or power strips with no light switches to control them? IoT to the rescue!
With NativeScript and Vue. js, it's easy to create mobile apps that interface with your Particle devices.
Ever tried to turn your Smart Bulb on from the couch, only to find out that someone has turned off the light switch? Well, problem solved!
The Floodlight Security System uses the Particle Photon platform to turn on a lamp when motion is detected.
The screen displays a news headline and whether the light is on or off.
Turn the lights on and off with a finger snap.
Don't you just hate getting into bed, getting comfortable, and then realizing you forgot to turn off the lights? Well this is for you!
It is a lamp or desk lamp that is controlled by your phone for when you need the light to get to your bed, but not once you are in bed.
This NeoPixel LED light has six different light settings, is connected to the Wi-Fi and controlled via Particle Photon and Blynk app.
With Lea you can automate the lights according to the brightness of the environment.
Simple wifi touch lights that synchronize their colors from across the globe letting loved ones know you are thinking of them.
Built this to help teach my kids what is possible when hardware and software come together. Help them dream about the future.
An RGB lamp in the NFL offseason and an NFL Indicator from preseason to Super Bowl to show when your favorite team is playing.
Harness the power of the force: harnessing the power of a droid to harness the power of the force to control your lights!
Fun, festive, and frivolous! It lights up and sends you a Christmas text!
Turn any surface into a tap/knock sensor to control your Philips Hue lights.
Two Particle Photons communicate and switch on the lights when a PIR sensor is triggered. Created for MEGR 3171 Fall 2018 at UNCC
An internet controlled light switch with logic.
Ever worry about leaving your Christmas tree on all day while your away? Avoid costly energy bills with this photon setup.
Dim the lights and get the party started with this Particle Photon project.
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