Micro Gear Motor based small robot powered by a Wemos D32 Pro and controlled by Blynk app.
Monitor the conditions (Hum, Temp, Soil Moisture & Light) in which your plant in growing & take necessary actions from anywhere, anytime.
This project is about an IoT setup for a TV RGB backlight that can be controlled by Blynk App.
Human detection Security System Using IOT
A small project designed using Node MCU and Blynk app to enable using the Google Assistant to switch on/off home appliances.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
A magnetic sensor sends notification to the phone when you forget to close the fridge door.
I made train controlled by Blynk and BLE board. I can easily using Blynk!!
Overfreezing you fridge is not good for your food and power saving, with this fridge monitor, you will always know the temperature in there.
Home automation is a term used to describe the process of automating certain tasks and devices around the home.
Control any 5V element using Blynk and ☒CHIPS. This project sounds a Piezo Buzzer from my phone.
Looking for a new Smart Desk RGB Lamp? Build your own with WisBlock and Blynk!
Adapt your home automation project from our March 2017 workshop to be controlled through BLE using the Blynk app on your phone.
You can control your home light or any appliances from anywhere and anyplace
This ESP32 based use of automatic watering can help take care of plants.
If you have ever wondered how to get started in the IoT (Internet of Things) world, this is the tutorial for you!
I changed ordinary boring desk lamp into Blynk controlled device :)
A sense2goL pulse board is used to make a blind spot detector that can be mounted on the back of a bicycle to alert the rider from behind.
Hii Friends Today I'll Show You How To Make Simple DIY Eclipse Wall Light Using ESP8266 SO LET'S Make It🔥
Domotic unit to control temperature, humidity and time inside a greenhouse.
Many projects like this involve requiring a WiFi shield, or a Bluetooth Module. However, thanks to Blynk, all that is still possible.
We are going to build a simple IoT dog feeder that costs less than $30 and can be controlled remotely via an IoT software!
A Raspberry Pi Zero WH, a nova SDS011 particulate sensor and an Si7021 temp/humidity sensor using a JHD162A LCD and Blynk
Monitor your workspace or your home with this simple solution that sends all the data by radio so you can work with them.