Fun way to introduce kids to circuitry and electronic prototyping and to explain them importance of energy saving!
This is a short tutorial for connecting and setting up the MH-Z14A carbon dioxide sensor in Arduino w/OTA updates and Blynk.
My aim is to minimize the loss of electricity there is when people forget to switch off their fans or lights, through smart home solution.
Have your eggs always perfectly boiled just as you like them. With this solution that is simple and customizable.
Protect your home from the flood with this simple device. It will send you the notification when there is some leak in a bathroom or kitchen
Monitor your workspace or your home with this simple solution that sends all the data by radio so you can work with them.
Overfreezing you fridge is not good for your food and power saving, with this fridge monitor, you will always know the temperature in there.
I work a lot in my garage or in the garden, so it happens pretty often that I just don't hear my doorbell. So I made a smart one.
Stop the mold from spreading in your house or office with this simple device. Just put it into the moldy room and watch the humidity.
Using Arduino UNO GSM SIM800 SIM network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk app. Share schematic + gerber file + BomList
Never miss anyone at your door! A system that notifies your phone and email whenever someone presses the doorbell.
Simplest wifi car controlled by your smartphone using NodeMcu esp8266 and Blynk.
Build a beautiful Holiday Shadow Theater and control the animated scene with your phone.
This project is a wireless drone that can be controlled using the Blynk app on your phone. It has an autonomous mode that avoids objects.
Here is how to make an Arduino/Genuino 101 Bluetooth Low Energy thermometer with TMP102 and Blynk.
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 your garage door from wherever you are.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2
Automating a chicken coop with sensors and actors, using an Arduino MKR1000 and the Blynk internet dashboard.
Control an on-board LED.
A simple Power Meter you can use to measure 0-26V & up to 3.2A. Add to any project to monitor voltage, current, power and energy used.
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
Be the master, control everything with your smart phone.
Read sensor data and toggle LEDs with the Blynk mobile app and the TI CC3200 LaunchPad