Kevin Monk
Published © GPL3+

Particle-Powered TMNT Ooze Meeting Notifier

Wirelessly let those around you know if you're free to talk or you're busy in a meeting! Now with cool Ninja Turtle Action!

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Particle-Powered TMNT Ooze Meeting Notifier

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Internet Button
Particle Internet Button
×1
Photon
Particle Photon
×1
2" PVC Compression Coupling
×1
Clear PVC Tube
3" diameter will fit the internet button perfectly, but you'll need to cut a notch to run the cable. Any length you'd like, but mine was 6", but I probably should have done 8".
×1

Software apps and online services

Maker service
IFTTT Maker service

Hand tools and fabrication machines

Dremel
Only used this to cut the notch for the cable.
Hot Glue gun
To attach the caps to the tube.

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Code

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C/C++
#include "InternetButton.h" 
int ledState = false; 
int prevState = false; 
InternetButton b = InternetButton(); 
void setup() { 
   Particle.function("meeting", meeting); 
   b.begin(); 
} 
void loop(){ 
   if (prevState != ledState){ 
       switch (ledState){ 
           case 1: 
               b.allLedsOn(0,255,0); 
               break; 
           case 0: 
               b.allLedsOn(255,0,0); 
               break; 
           case -1: 
               b.allLedsOff(); 
               break; 
       } 
       prevState = ledState; 
   } 
} 
// send  a '1' for Green 
// send  a '0' for Red 
// send -a '-1' for OFF 
int meeting(String command){ 
   ledState = command.toInt(); 
   return 1; 
} 

Credits

Kevin Monk

Kevin Monk

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Thanks to Moors7.

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