Andrew Steinheiser
Published © MIT

WiFi Baby Monitor with NodeJs, iOS, Photon and Parse!

We used a Particle Photon and Johnny-Five to send sensor data to Parse. Then we had an iOS app that pulled that data back down.

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WiFi Baby Monitor with NodeJs, iOS, Photon and Parse!

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Photon
Particle Photon
×1
Sound Sensor
×1
Flame Sensor
×1
Motion Sensor
×1
4xAA battery holder
4xAA battery holder
×1
Breadboard (generic)
Breadboard (generic)
×1
Jumper wires (generic)
Jumper wires (generic)
×9
AA Batteries
AA Batteries
×1

Software apps and online services

Parse
Johnny-Five
Johnny-Five

Story

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Schematics

Photon Baby Monitor Sketch

Just connect ground, power, and signal from the Photon to whatever sensors you want to use, as demonstrated below:

Photon Baby Monitor Sketch

Just wire up ground, power, and signal to whatever sensors you are using, as shown below:

Photon Baby Monitor Sketch

Just connect ground, power, and signal from the Photon to whatever sensors you want to use, as demonstrated below:

Code

Photon Firmware

You need to burn this to your Photon through build.particle.io before running the Johnny-Five plugin

Johnny-Five NodeJs Plugin

Lets your Photon send data to Parse

iSitter IOS app

IOS app that gets data from Parse

Credits

Andrew Steinheiser

Andrew Steinheiser

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I enjoy Javascript, React.js, Robotics, and Internet of Things!! Former Octoblu Hacker | Developer at Fyresite
Thanks to Michael Strong.

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