This pokeball knows where it is and connects to the internet over cellular data. When a pokemon is nearby, the pokeball starts to shake!
Dustbunny - A simple Particle.io Web/Wifi controlled rover.
In the mid-late 90's, I saved up and bought a ThrustMaster P/C compatible joystick. After a decade in the closet, it's time has come.
When the world is full of Pokémon, you need a Particle connected Pokéball to Catch 'em all!
Remake of the 1978 classic toy. No assembly required, using Particle's "Internet Button".
A system of three robots that can be controlled and battled by three different players via a mobile webpage.
Interactive laser controllers fire at a light saber sensor which publishes motion data to a force field web visualization.
Spark Core Powered Basketball Arcade Game
Light turns blue and green when there's a Seahawks touchdown and red and blue when there's a Patriots touchdown
Single player reaction light game that also tells the weather
This may be the Pac-Man you're looking for, and we added a twist to demonstrate the versatility of the Photon microcontroller!
I created a robot arm at a hackathon that uses a Photon Redboard, and an Adafruit Motor Shield. The arm will be controlled with a gamepad.
Capture and store your wins and losses as you play the Simon game. Send yourself an email if someone else is playing your Simon.
Using a Photon in a custom enclosure, we are testing the frustration levels of peoples paying money to play a game that has a delayed start.
Play tic-tac-toe using lights and two hand-crafted boards over the internet.