A collection of labs for the Texas Instruments + UIUC workshop. Spin a servo from the cloud with an MSP432 and Blynk!
Calculate distance to a certain object using an ultrasonic sensor. It can be used for car distance alerts, security systems etc.
Say goodbye to ice cubes and automatically cool your pet's water dish.
An example of Blynk app linking the mobile to the Arduino 101 using Bluetooth Low Energy BLE.
This project demonstrates how to use the various features of Blynk like Buttons, LED, LCD, Virtual Display with Onion Omega2p.
An easy to user experiment toolkit for the classroom to measure temperature and humidity and observe from your smartphone.
Temboo is very easy to automate the IoT with Arduno YUN, in combination with Blynk and Dropbox to store pictures. All is free and easy.
Control an external LED light from anywhere in the world using the ESP8266. The GPIO pin serves as an output source to the LED.
A water-resistant temperature sensor is suitable to signal the reaching of the core temperature of the meat during the grilling time.
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
Drive a 8x32 LED dot matrix module with a particle photon to display real-time weather or messages sent via the Blynk app.
This is a cool IoT project for beginners using NodeMCU and Blynk app. Through this project, you can control 4 devices in your home.
I made train controlled by Blynk and BLE board. I can easily using Blynk!!
Develop mobile application on BLYNK, and monitor temperature on your mobile.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
Monitor the conditions (Hum, Temp, Soil Moisture & Light) in which your plant in growing & take necessary actions from anywhere, anytime.
With this project, we will be able to water our plant automatically and monitor it from our smartphone.
This is an ESP8266-based Neopixel dashboard: it can show current time, a custom message and have up to 41 preset effects.
This is a simple project for those who want to make a relay module using one BC547 transistor.
I changed ordinary boring desk lamp into Blynk controlled device :)
This contribution is intended for all men who are supposed to bring the paper waste out of their 3rd floor apartment.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
Many projects like this involve requiring a WiFi shield, or a Bluetooth Module. However, thanks to Blynk, all that is still possible.
How to make your room intelligent easily.