A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
Control an on-board LED.
In this project, I'm using a Kortex A1 IoT-sensor microcontroller in order to monitor temperature/humidity/pressure/altitude via WiFi.
Learn how to automate your home with XinaBox and Blynk with a simple demonstration of turning lights ON and OFF using the Blynk app button.
Your search for a big bedside clock has an end.
Learn how to control AC electrical appliances conveniently using your voice, using XinaBox’s xChips, Blynk and Google Assistant.
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
In this article, we will introduce you to controlling real world devices using the Blynk system.
Building robots shouldn't be hard or laborious. All you need is an Arduino 101 and a Sparkfun chassis.
Tired of manually moving your movies and TV shows between devices? now you don't have to!
Here's IoT project (Internet of Things) data monitor, without any Ethernet shield, ESP module or IoT board.
A shiny, shaky and glowy ornament that can be scaled to go on top of your tree.
A smart iot outlet controlled by Google assistant, learn how to connect blynk with ifttt
Personal UV exposure tracker and weather map api checking the uv prediction and alerting user for UV or carrying an umbrella in case it rain
A combination of 3 different clocks in one frame.
Use a front-facing light to attack your opponent's side-mounted photoresistor. When your hit points drop to 0, you are dead!
Use the popular Blynk app to control and change the state of your IoT Cloud Kit through your smartphone.
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.
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.
This guide shows you how to add Blynk Board support to the Arduino IDE.
I remodeled a stag beetle toy to be controllable with Blynk. I used Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE as the microcontroller.
You love daily changing Bible verse? Then the "Die Losungen" are a concept: here they are represented with value added information.
A simple IoT experiment using an ESPectro Core v3 and connecting it to Blynk, Cayenne, Dweet, Freeboard & Thinger.
A smarter way to control your heating from anywhere via mobile. And you can share the control across many mobiles!