This project will show you how to adapt a SMARS bot for control with an iPhone accelerometers, Blynk, Wemos D1 Mini, over WiFi.
We use an Arduino to build an autonomous "follow me" cooler that connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and uses GPS to navigate.
Using PixyCam and Intel Arduino 101 to drive this rover. Easy Robotic Vision system using PixyCam, rover reacts to the ball using Pan/Tilt.
If you want a NodeMCU device that could help you to control all your house electrical devices, then this will be your best guide
Control an external LED light from anywhere in the world using the ESP8266. The GPIO pin serves as an output source to the LED.
An ultimate tutorial for beginners on how to connect and use an ESP8266 via Arduino and program it to blink an LED using the Blynk app.
A smart iot outlet controlled by Google assistant, learn how to connect blynk with ifttt
Chunchunmaru is an Arduino UNO-based robot which can carry heavy loads (100kg-200kg) from one location to another.
Check in on a loved one instantly and have fun!
I wanted to make a robot. However, I could only make a foot because my money ran out.
Controlling a robot via WiFi, using Arduino and Blynk application.
CaRo is a cable robot that enables easy and cost-effective entry into programming and robotics.
MovingLight is a moveable NeoPixel LED light with two stepper motors and is controlled via Bluetooth and Blynk app.
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Getting Started Guide for using Blynk with the Arduino IDE for controlling a small robot chassis using a Bluetooth phone or tablet.
Control your robot from a Wi-Fi network using an ESP8266 Wemos D1, Arduino IDE and Blynk App!
This project uses Blynk (Esp8266), a 3-D printed hand, and two servos to make a remote controlled Halloween hand gag.
Want to pass something over to a friend without getting up? Lazy Ferrari is there to help you!
This is a robot who can see, listen, talk, and move freely to help us do many activities, much like a friend.
Yulee Rover is an Arduino Uno powered robot.
An outdoor rover, capable of autonomous navigation (using GPS and sonar sensors) or controlled over WiFi.
This is a very simple project, were the main idea is to explore how to control servos via internet using NodeMCU and Blynk.
IoT with your robot at one place and your phone another, both connected via internet.
Use a front-facing light to attack your opponent's side-mounted photoresistor. When your hit points drop to 0, you are dead!