A gentle way of letting someone know you are thinking of them and, with a simple button push, they can let you know they are fine.
Temperature sensor built for the MEGR 3171 IoT project
The climate analyzer will read outdoor, bathroom, and indoor (reference) humidity.
This project involves incorporating two particle argon devices and measuring the ideal shower temperature.
A motion-sensing light system that has 2-way communication between 2 Particle Argons and uploads data to ThingSpeak.
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
This project fixed my problems with hot and cold rooms and logs details about how it was done, to compare to my ecobee4 thermostat details.
Door controller intended for secure and reliable operation of house garage door. Powered by Particle Photon, MQTT and openHAB.
It gets weather from the web and shows it on gauges. Perfect if your aesthetic is mid-century modern IoT.
An intuitive solution for home defense with a nostalgic twist.
Did you ever forget your laundry in the machine? Say no more! We've developed LaundReminder to help you remember.
Linear potentiometers can do the job of measuring small distances much better than eyeballing, making them perfect for truing wheels.
This project uses two Particle Photons, with two way communication. These photons are used to gain the attention of the other user.
Done with the days of going to the mailbox to find that it hasn't come yet or someone else has picked it up. Our system gives you control.
Monitoring pill bottles for usage and temperature to ensure it stays at a good temperature, detect theft/misuse, and aid regular use.
Notidry helps you dry your clothes more efficiently by alerting you of bad weather conditions and informing you about the drying progress.
This is just a quick bit of fun, grabbing a few parts that most hackers will have to hand and putting a bit of Christmas magic into a hack.
A sandboxed device that encrypts messages using a minimalist set of hardware and software. It was created for a 24-hour student hackathon.
The kitchalarm notifies you when your kitchen is empty so that you don't have to stop working to check for yourself.
The best way to save electricity from using your light bulbs is to open your blinds and let the sun shine through!
IoT Group 17 - A pair of digital pace clocks for the UNC Charlotte Club Swimming Team.
This device setup keeps track of different assignments and events from a Google calendar by displaying a light when an event begins.
A time switching, battery powered solar charger circuit for low power systems.
Drip is a low-cost, efficient precision irrigation system that was designed to service the needs of farmers in developing nations.