Receive weather updates directly to your mobile device from your very own weather station! Astonishingly quick & easy build with ☒CHIPS.
Check the RF sockets with Blynk app!
In this tutorial we're going to learn how to use Blynk app & Arduino in order to control a lamp; the combination will be through USB serial.
Add some sound FX to your electric fireplace!
This project demonstrates how to use the various features of Blynk like Buttons, LED, LCD, Virtual Display with Onion Omega2p.
A smart Christmas tree controlled by your smartphone using Blynk and ESP8266.
Remote semi-automatic feeding machine using Particle Photon & Blynk.
Turn your plain light switch into an internet connected luxury item that will wow your friends and family.
Feed your pets remotely or on a schedule using the idIoTware Shield.
With this tutorial, we will learn how to handle this fantastic little device, the NodeMCU ESP-12E and Blynk platform.
In this project 2 Particle Photon's were used to control an RC Car in real time with the Internet of Things.
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.
Many projects like this involve requiring a WiFi shield, or a Bluetooth Module. However, thanks to Blynk, all that is still possible.
I made remote control car. The motors are controlled by smartphone application Blynk and Pi Zero W with the I2C input motor driver.
A weather station based on ESP8266 +blynk
Anytime you want to visualize a precise place you just clic on the app and see due to this
Drive a 8x32 LED dot matrix module with a particle photon to display real-time weather or messages sent via the Blynk app.
The Water Leak Detector can monitor two specific locations for the presence of water and notify you via a local alarm or smartphone app.
Luminous ball, with clock and thermometer, controlled by Blynk.
Stay informed about soil-measurement by using Particle Photon.
Simple GPS tracker using a Particle Photon (or Electron) and an EM406 GPS module with location visible on Blynk app map.
Using PSoC and LinkIt ONE send analog sensor values to Blynk and then, with the power of IFTTT control your smart devices based on the data!
Flashy LED decor lights that respond to your bike's motion.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
An outdoor rover, capable of autonomous navigation (using GPS and sonar sensors) or controlled over WiFi.