Hi! Everyone. This time I show you on how to control your home appliances using your voice.
Mr. Big is a large mobile unit that can carry weight up to 8kg.
IoT-based Smart Home Automation using the new Blynk 2.0, ESP32 LDR & DHT11 sensor to control 8 relays from mobile, IR remote & switches.
A new way to connect sensors! Connect up to five sensors to the particle powered WiSor and obtain real-time data on your mobile phone!
A clock and decorative RGB Led Matrix Colorduino Shield and NodeMCU v3 Board with i2C communication and Blynk for IOTable
study and observer environment with this rover
Speed your morning routine up by starting to brew your coffee right when you wake up, so coffee is waiting for you as you leave.
Here I have made prototype of smart home. In this Smart home project I have used Arduino and Node Mcu to control the Hardware parts.
My colleague crashed the roof of his car by leaving the garage to early. So I promised him red, amber, green lights in the garage.
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.
Main Door Security System with keypad and MLX90614. LEDs are operated by 3 modes (manually + IR + Blynk) & a water level indicator system.
First step towards Home automation
37 children die every year from being left inside of a hot car. The SafeTiBaby project hopes to fix that.
How to realize an alarm clock controlled by a smartphone, using simple raw materials and an Arduino-based ESP32.
Learn how to use Blynk.
Control your heating with this simple device that is easy to modify. You can control your sunblinds or boiler for optimal temperature.
Tired of getting off your couch to unlock your door for your roommate? Forget to lock your door on your way to class? Say no more…
This project controls the power going through an extension cord into a lamp using surrounding light.
Make IoT-based Home Automation using ESP32 Google Assistant Blynk with timer, sensor, and IR remote control relay with real-time feedback.
This project uses Blynk (Esp8266), a 3-D printed hand, and two servos to make a remote controlled Halloween hand gag.
How to use a SparkFun Blynk Board to create a wireless, battery-driven remote control for most digital cameras.
Make an affordable but smart Alarm system for your home, or any of your buildings. It can run up to 2 years just from batteries.
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.
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