This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
Learn how to get started with the Sparkfun Blynk Board (SBB) and connect it to the internet.
Measures tVOCs (Total Volatile Organic Compounds) + eCO2, dust density even for small particles >0.5μm, temperature and relative humidity.
Use Blynk to send a command to Onion Omega2 and use virtual pins to write on your console.
I made train controlled by Blynk and BLE board. I can easily using Blynk!!
How to create your own small IoT project which can be operated remotely.
This project will show you how to adapt a SMARS bot for control with an iPhone accelerometers, Blynk, Wemos D1 Mini, over WiFi.
This is an ESP8266-based Neopixel dashboard: it can show current time, a custom message and have up to 41 preset effects.
My vision of IoT medicine packaging.
Your search for a big bedside clock has an end.
Adapt your home automation project from our March 2017 workshop to be controlled through BLE using the Blynk app on your phone.
Control your home applications using a mobile phone.
Check the RF sockets with Blynk app!
The easiest way to add WiFi control to your project!
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!
This tutorial is about making an automated gate for your driveway for $200 with ESP8266, Arduino, and Blynk.
A system for the blind which helps them walk through the street, as and also monitors their location and sends an SOS on button press.
I changed ordinary boring desk lamp into Blynk controlled device :)
Weather station that display temperature, humidity and pressure on your Android phone with Blynk IoT server.
Solar installation with lithium battery packs monitoring.
This is an implementation of my infrared replicator project, where I show how to control almost any infrared appliance from the Internet.
At my age you have to get up at night and get tired on the way to the bathroom. Using a PIR-Sensor to trigger light on!
The idea is to basically monitor our rooms continuously and if no one is present in the room, the system will turn off the lights and fans.