This product is designed to monitoring the quality of air continuously for COPD patient.
Here's IoT project (Internet of Things) data monitor, without any Ethernet shield, ESP module or IoT board.
This is an ESP8266-based Neopixel dashboard: it can show current time, a custom message and have up to 41 preset effects.
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
The aim of this project is to control and monitor our home appliances through the internet from anywhere in the world.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
How to make your room intelligent easily.
A simple IoT experiment using an ESPectro Core v3 and connecting it to Blynk, Cayenne, Dweet, Freeboard & Thinger.
This project can detect both possible and actual landslides, and send an alert to all those who are connected.
A simple Internet of Things (IoT) experiment using an ESP32 Development Board & shared access Blynk.
On-board data acquisition for mountain bike air suspension pressures.
A simple IoT test using a Blynk project to control & monitor 2 ESP8266 boards (NodeMCU & Wemos D1).
I think I have bitten off more than I can chew. I have no idea what I am doing. I am a smart person, I should be able to figure this out.
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!
I created a house with a light that gradually turns on a light if it is dark and an alarm connected to the door.
The best way to save electricity from using your light bulbs is to open your blinds and let the sun shine through!
A monitoring system that records temperature and motion of a baby while sleeping. Notifications sent to phone and secondary photon.
This project makes us able to control our home lamp remotely from our Android devices.
Too lazy to walk and turn something on Want to cheaply control your home power usage while out Well here's a button (and app) to solve it!
Get alerted about your grain bin overflowing- before it happens.