Many projects like this involve requiring a WiFi shield, or a Bluetooth Module. However, thanks to Blynk, all that is still possible.
Control your home applications using a mobile phone.
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.
How to make your room intelligent easily.
The aim of this project is to control and monitor our home appliances through the internet from anywhere in the world.
This project will show you how to adapt a SMARS bot for control with an iPhone accelerometers, Blynk, Wemos D1 Mini, over WiFi.
How to create your own small IoT project which can be operated remotely.
A simple IoT experiment using an ESPectro Core v3 and connecting it to Blynk, Cayenne, Dweet, Freeboard & Thinger.
This guide shows you how to add Blynk Board support to the Arduino IDE.
When we press the button or touch the sensor, the temperature is displayed on 2 LCDs and Blynk mobile app.
Learn how to use the Blynk app to automate your house.
It will start your water motor automatically and stop automatically. Also showing how much fill with water in cm.
Control any 5V element using Blynk and ☒CHIPS. This project sounds a Piezo Buzzer from my phone.
A first introduction to using Hover Labs Beam.
A combination of 3 different clocks in one frame.
Control an LED brightness or color through Blynk App with ARMA IoT shield for Arduino Uno.
The bird house will be outfitted with IOT to track what kind of conditions attracts guests and will tweet you when they are at the door!
If you have ever wondered how to get started in the IoT (Internet of Things) world, this is the tutorial for you!
Using Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, we can control our home's electronics gadgets (up to 240 v). Also with smartphone application.
A smart Christmas tree controlled by your smartphone using Blynk and ESP8266.
A simple Internet of Things (IoT) experiment using an ESP32 Development Board & shared access Blynk.
A simple IoT test using a Blynk project to control & monitor 2 ESP8266 boards (NodeMCU & Wemos D1).
This project uses Blynk (Esp8266), a 3-D printed hand, and two servos to make a remote controlled Halloween hand gag.
I think I have bitten off more than I can chew. I have no idea what I am doing. I am a smart person, I should be able to figure this out.