Monitor real power, voltage, current and power factor using the Sparkfun Blynk board and view live graphs in the Blynk App.
Converting a common RC car to a Bluetooth car, using an Arduino 101 & controlling with a smartphone via Blynk app.
Collecting multiple data from multiple sensors connected to the same 1-wire bus and monitoring them from the internet with Blynk.
Use the Arduino101 Bluetooth wireless interface to read the Intertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with your phone or tablet using Blynk !
Controlling water and heat of a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, and soil moisture.
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
Display sensor values (DHT11 in example) on the Smartphone using Blynk App.
I've made a few smoker controllers in the past and monitoring tools to go with them.
farmMinder monitors soil moisture level and scares away squirrels! Using the Blynk platform, you can monitor your farm remotely.
The Waternator 293 is a simple device that regulates the water level in your Christmas tree base.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
Remind the elderly to take pills through a Google Calendar.
You can feed fishes or collect water quality data from anywhere in the world using this drone boat.
A system that allows you to detect movement, send alert through your smartphone and turn on and off the lights of your home over internet!
Adjust your blinds from the comfort of your seat without having to go through the effort of standing up.
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.
It is a lamp or desk lamp that is controlled by your phone for when you need the light to get to your bed, but not once you are in bed.
This project controls the power going through an extension cord into a lamp using surrounding light.
A cereal (or whatever you'd like it to be) dispenser, that dispenses anything from the manual button, or from your phone.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing. This project involves relays, and the app Blynk to control lights.
Turn a light on/off using a relay, Blynk, and an IR Break Beam.
By using your phone you can make is so that you can change your temperature of your old stick thermostat from anywhere.
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