Create a beautiful home lamp that looks great and also is smart and customizable with HARDWARIO IoT Kit. It is really easy to make.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
Control your home applications using Amazon Alexa.
With this project you can play any sound from your SD card on your audio system. Only wire you will need is 3.5mm jack.
Gutters to Gardens is a solar powered rain barrel for remotely or automatically activating a water distribution system for home garden beds.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
The best way to save electricity from using your light bulbs is to open your blinds and let the sun shine through!
Build a home automation system with a Blynk user interface, an alarm system, dimmable lights, timers, and remote controlled appliances.
I spent my last weekend creating an app for my router. System and network charts, stats, notifications, WiFi control, and more!
My vision of IoT medicine packaging.
Make use of Samsung Gear Blynk widget to control LED strip that can light up your room. Thanks to HARDWARIO IoT kit it's easy to make.
The aim of this project is to control and monitor our home appliances through the internet from anywhere in the world.
MovingLight is a moveable NeoPixel LED light with two stepper motors and is controlled via Bluetooth and Blynk app.
Turn a light on/off using a relay, Blynk, and an IR Break Beam.
An automatic pellet dispenser designed to feed your dog or cat without lifting a finger
The Waternator 293 is a simple device that regulates the water level in your Christmas tree base.
Luminous ball, with clock and thermometer, controlled by Blynk.
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how you can turn on/off LED on idIoTware shield with the help of Blynk app.
Control the color of the light using "Voice", "Blynk" and "Qmote" .
It can also react to Events in Android Phone.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing. This project involves relays, and the app Blynk to control lights.
Too lazy to get off the couch? "Alexa, turn on the lights."
Control your home applications using a mobile phone.
LM35 data or temperature can be shown on phone from anywhere. An Example of how can we read data through the virtual pin.
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.