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Locate your Particle Photons, P1s and Electrons on a map without needing extra hardware. Use Ubidots or an offline map alternative
A contribution to the Internet of Plants.
Gustavo Gonnet and Mark Wilkinson
Work in progress
Monitor and log water quality (pH & ORP) and temperature from everywhere.
Ever wondered what to wear due to unpredictable weather??? Wonder no longer!
Ray LIng and Eduardo Garcia
How to develop a simple, but powerful, IoT thermometer using a Zerynth-powered single-board MCU and the Zerynth App.
Luigi Francesco Cerfeda
The flip dot display uses an electromechanical dot matrix that spin from black to yellow to display text, numbers and more!
Record video, perform object and face recognition, take a time-lapse or whatever else with a Particle Photon and the 5-megapixel Arducam!
Use an old iPhone device to control and display the status of your Patriot IoT devices.
This project describes how to build an Arduino-based, text-controlled gum dispenser
Mo Piper Cordova
Build and deploy a soil moisture and temperature sensor for commercial greenhouses or private garden monitoring and treatment.
UbiMaker and Maria Carlina Hernandez
Full color light controlled by Alexa. This is a step by step using a Particle Photon and configurable Python Script in Lambda.
Helping aquaponic classes by measuring CO2, light, temperature, and humidity, when all 4 are in prime range, our led will light up.
By using IFTTT, the Google Assistant API, and a Particle Photon, you can make a machine that gives out candy upon your request!
Arduino “having11” Guy
The team measured temperature, air pressure, and the methane gas content in a Lane Tech classroom.
Cheap & easy alarm-system.
Christmas Gift Box plays music and sends an email when it is opened.
This is a device which can monitor running track via a GPS module and store data to a SD card. And then parse the data later from a app.
Determining if color affects the reverse psychology of pressing a button
Have you bought a cheap analog LED strip set in the hardware store? Bring this set with a Particle Photon and a relay to light up!
How to measure productivity in the library and its busiest times. Ultrasonic sensor, sound detector, particle photon.
Team Group 305
Know when an assignment is coming up!
Team Alexa and Shannon
Our group used a proximity sensor placed near a door to see how many people go in and out of the attendance office.
Team Group 708
Measuring and predicting student attendance through the frequency of an opening door.
Team Group 410
Monitoring temperature, humidity, count of sleepers and other meta tags we seek to find factors in the classroom that encourage sleep.
Team Hot Taco
A first introduction to using Hover Labs Beam.
Sometimes you need a countdown timer when your meeting is scheduled to end so that everyone knows to wrap it up and get ready to leave.
We asked math teachers how they were feeling. They had the option of either responding with happy, indifferent, or sad.
Our project is a carbon fiber vacuum chamber that is monitored by multiple particle photons and various sensors.
We used three types of sensors in order to catalog the usage of the dance room at our school and the impact the students have on the room.
Daniel Zagal and Gaudwin Timoteo
Incorporating design and coding, this project has investigated the relationship between the audio levels and temperature in a classroom.
Team Group 705