Green Light... Red Light!
Keep your peace of mind by knowing when someone is entering your home.
The goal of the project is to construct a system that can detect the temperature of a room and turn on a light when people enter the room.
This device can allow notifications for flames, filling the water pitcher, and fridge operating temperature.
This project utilized an argon particle detector as well as several sensors to detect whether or not a door is open or closed.
A new way to control your laundry cycles!
Know the temperature of your pool anywhere, anytime
Monitors soil moisture and weather forecasts to give plants just the water they need. Safe garden hose hookup for season long watering.
Measure the water consumption in your house with a Particle and water flow sensors.
A simple Non-Invasive Smart Electricity Meter using Spark Core
Home Automation using Particle and Amazon Echo
This project is super simple and cheap. Only costs about $27 for everything you need! Oh and no programming at all!
Get notified of a water leak wherever you are
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
An IoT device used to check the humidity levels of your houseplants. Low powered, rechargeable, and powered by Particle's Mesh devices.
Control your blinds from the web, including SmartThings.
Want to control your microcontrollers in the cloud graphically, without writing any code? Welcome to the Tentacle, from Octoblu.
With a pair of Photons and a MP3 shield, I can have the Imperial March start playing in the house when I arrive home.
Garage door opener is connected via IFTTT and using a custom Alexa skill.
Measure the current and power being used by an appliance and post that data to the Internet.
Controlling access to your garage & home has never been more convenient and secure...100% hands-free!
Spark Core / Photon / Electron Water Sensor with SMS alerts via Twilio or any webhook via IFTTT
Using a HX711 module enables the Spark Core to interface to a Load Cell
Use IFTTT to automatically log data to a Google spreadsheet using a Particle Photon. This will show how I logged temperature data.