It's Pong-ish. Mostly demo code for an IoT bootcamp, showing use of the display, encoder, and some programming concepts introduced in class.
This is the Smart Room Controller project schedule that I created to organize the coding part that I focused on.
Taking inspiration from the Harry Potter character's Weasley clock, this one uses Particle and IFTTT to tell you where two people are.
A simple train time ticker that displays the current time + the trains arriving to a specific platform in the next 30 minutes
The flip dot display uses an electromechanical dot matrix that spin from black to yellow to display text, numbers and more!
This is the Online Force Detector. It tells me in real time which of my friends are connected to the Playstation Network.
Create a beautiful medium for weather information using Particle's cloud services and IFTTT.
Get your kids to stop asking how many days till Christmas. In an hour you can build a display to tell them.
Track the distance, speed, and acceleration of your bicycle in real time using two Particle Photons.
The Spark brings the wunderground.com API to life
Wi-fi enabled word clock. 130 characters with 130 NeoPixels!
A system of three robots that can be controlled and battled by three different players via a mobile webpage.
Stick with your New Year's resolution this time by setting goals and getting a reward upon completing them.
Use a matrix key pad as input and LCD as output for particle photon
Motion-detecting frames that signal each other from across the country.
An improvement over v1 with lessons learned
Particle project using two Photons to connect to Weather Underground and display relevant weather information.
STL files to print an enclosure consists of 2 parts. The top part holds the 1.8 " TFT Display and the bottom part holds the Photon.
A box full of startup ideas, a new procedurally generated idea is displayed every time it is opened.
Use a thermal printer to print out a random fact with the help of Google Assistant.
Monitor your wood stove all winter to make sure it stays in the goldilocks range so that you prevent overtiring and the fire from going out.
The International Space Station completes one Earth orbit every 90 minutes. Where is it now?
The story of how to make a clock through using a LCD 1602 or LCD 2004 over I2C.
Alexa controlled timers at a glimpse. A really fancy egg-timer with added temperature control.