Build it yourself and control your garage door with the Pebble Smartwatch and the Sparkcore
Controlling a car using a Pebble watch, an Android phone and an Arduino
3D Printed Particle.io powered Sumo Bot with Pololu motor controller
Secure, tokenized NFC payments through a Pebble Smartstrap housing a secure element.
When out of cell range, you need a watch that lasts more then 24 hours and can radio for help. Pebble Time with SurvivalStrap is here.
Use the new Pebble Time watch to control a Sumobot using the accelerometer as a controller.
This project shows the first prototype of a connection between a smartwatch and Arduino for controlling eight LEDs.
Altimeter Smartstrap for action sports and hiking that tells you your current altitude, ascent/decent, and includes real-time altitude graph
Turn your headphones into a wearable computer that can send and receive commands through a web page or a Pebble Time watch.
Pebble Watch controlled Philips Hue Bulb, with optional browser based UI.
"Team Laser" built the dirt-simple app that fires SLAZER, a wearable laser smartstrap accessory for Pebble Time. Lasers! Right?
While docked, the Pebble Time speaks the time to you with a wave of your hand.
Make life an adventure with new places and companions!
IoT Command center allows you to monitor your home using the ARTIK cloud and automate your Hue light.
Winner of Hardware Weekend Manhattan 2015 SmartThings Sponsor Award
A phone call + motion sensor operated operated remote triggering system
A Pebble client for the Open Sesame System
When the world is full of Pokémon, you need a Particle connected Pokéball to Catch 'em all!
Use your smartwatch to control your electronics at home like a Jedi knight! A modern and elegant IoT home automation solution with Photon.
Platform for pebble and imp. Tells you bus time-to-arrival on your watchface, and flashes pretty leds when it's getting close.
TurnAKit provides real-time directions during your bike ride and signals to traffic when you are about to turn for your safety.
Hack-a-thon, beer... means keg. iOT that thing! Wunderbar sensor madness, abused completely, Electric Imp adding LED and temp sensor.
A wearable breadboard for Pebble smartstraps development.
Vanquish your foes, control a nerf gun with your pebble watch.
I created an automated dog feeder using the NodeMCU Lua DevKit that can feed the dog using either a: amazon dash button, pebble watch, phone