To assist the doctors to track their patients during COVID-19
A simple 4 channel design/program for monitoring orchid and plant moisture levels.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
50 people and 6 robots sumo at IoT meetup.
Getting started with Blynk Bridge - the simplest method to communicate between ESP8266, Arduino or Raspberry Pi.
Self-stabilizing spoon for Parkinson's sufferers who have difficulty eating on their own because of serious tremors.
Remotely we control our home with MKR1000 and IOT of Blynk. We can manage the boiler, the 'anti-theft irrigation, open the Automatic Gate.
How to (and not to) build your own home automation system.
This project makes us able to control our home lamp remotely from our Android devices.
This is a project for measuring the AC current of a device plugged into the outlet and data feedback using Blynk with OTA.
Open, close and monitor a garage door opener with a smart phone using a Particle Photon and the Blynk application.
This battery charger monitor uses an OLED display & Blynk to show you its charge current, bus voltage, load voltage & elapsed time.
This project creates a way to monitor water usage, to reduce water costs.
The best way to save electricity from using your light bulbs is to open your blinds and let the sun shine through!
Get alerted about your grain bin overflowing- before it happens.
Create a shield of control with multiple sensors to create visual and sound notifications in case of danger.
saving water smartly.
Here's IoT project (Internet of Things) data monitor, without any Ethernet shield, ESP module or IoT board.
A monitoring system that records temperature and motion of a baby while sleeping. Notifications sent to phone and secondary photon.
Control home appliances over internet. This IOT project done using Node MCU ESP8266 and BLYNK app. Control devices from anywhere.
Particle and Blynk to wirelessly monitor a 4,000 gallon water distribution system.
Using an accelerometer, we detected angular acceleration. With this data we used a particle photon to notify the user via a Blynk dashboard.
On-board data acquisition for mountain bike air suspension pressures.