Modified Power Wheel toy with variable speed capabilities and traction control
A Spark-powered, automated, cocktail dispenser
How to apply a TinyML approach to prevent electrical grid overloads.
A system of three robots that can be controlled and battled by three different players via a mobile webpage.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
The perfect cocktail at the push of a button!
Used in a coffee roastery as part of a larger system, but can easily be adapted for control needs. A lot of control in a small form factor.
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Turn a Furby into a calendar alarm notifier!
A Roomba and invisible walls controlled by Photons triggered from anywhere in the house to vacuum one of multiple areas.
Internet controlled Hovercraft
Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.
The next evolution of the iris goggles with a life of their own.
A small, autonomous rover designed to help keep kids prone to elopement safe.
Two robots that navigate through a maze while using Particle's 3rd generation IoT hardware to send information to the cloud.
How to build an electro-pneumatic circuit for remotely controlling a soft robot using Zerynth and a Particle Photon.
Want to pass something over to a friend without getting up? Lazy Ferrari is there to help you!
A smart traffic light focusing on computer vision and IoT to reduce traffic congestion in urban areas, while ensuring pedestrian safety
Fairly straightforward project to get introduced into the capabilities of the Photon!
In this project, I will share some of the techniques used by my low-cost robot car projects.
My iRobot got fried when it got wet from rain coming in the window..I HACKED IT using Particle, STM32 dev board and Adacore
Particle Photon with DFPlayer along with animatronic drivers for Gemmi Frogz, Furby, Billy Bass, and other creatures.
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."
Control the position of a microphone stand remotely through Blynk.