This project aims to provide a tool that can compare the amount of time during which the light in a room to the time that it's occupied.
How to use a SparkFun Blynk Board to create a wireless, battery-driven remote control for most digital cameras.
You can feed fishes or collect water quality data from anywhere in the world using this drone boat.
Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
How to (and not to) build your own home automation system.
saving water smartly.
The IoT egg tray lets you know how many eggs you have left in the fridge and also shows temperature & humidity of your fridge.
A lock which allows remote locking and un-locking. An user does not need to walk to the door to open or lock a door.
Monitor real power, voltage, current and power factor using the Sparkfun Blynk board and view live graphs in the Blynk App.
We often face the problem of water getting spilled out from our overhead water tanks. So, let us make a solution to monitor water level.
Control the color of the light using "Voice", "Blynk" and "Qmote" .
It can also react to Events in Android Phone.
A BBQ thermometer with 4 separate probes. Control settings, monitor progress, and get notifications on your phone.
Control your Home Lights using the Twitter platform.
Neopixel LEDs are fitted behind the guitar pickups and illuminate with the rhythm of your strumming allowing for a custom and unique design.
A IoT system which helps you control your home lights from anywhere in the world in real time.
A tutorial on how to use the most important element of blynk.
A lamp which changes color according to the tweets of people.
Save time by knowing whether the Faculty is in his chamber or not.
A system that tells you about the parking slots of an area.
This project brings a pre-IoT audio receiver up to speed using Blynk and a TI Launchpad to send IR signals through WiFi from an iPhone.
Know when your clothes are dry
Monitor weather and security remotely with Blynk and the CC32000 LaunchPad!
Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
This is a tutorial to show you how to connect to Blynk using an ESP8266 - 01 as an Arduino Uno wifi shield.