A smart iot outlet controlled by Google assistant, learn how to connect blynk with ifttt
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
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.
Use a front-facing light to attack your opponent's side-mounted photoresistor. When your hit points drop to 0, you are dead!
Want to pass something over to a friend without getting up? Lazy Ferrari is there to help you!
This tutorial will help you to learn DHT11/DHT22 interfacing with nodeMCU and sending its data to Blynk Application.
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.
This project is a wireless drone that can be controlled using the Blynk app on your phone. It has an autonomous mode that avoids objects.
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
Use of a Particle Argon to open/close a garage door with a Particle Xenon used as a mesh limit switch & smartphone control via Blynk app.
Here's IoT project (Internet of Things) data monitor, without any Ethernet shield, ESP module or IoT board.
This WiFi module makes it convenient for the user to switch between two audio sources without the need to swap and insert the audio cables.
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.
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!
Tired of manually moving your movies and TV shows between devices? now you don't have to!
In this article, we will introduce you to controlling real world devices using the Blynk system.
Control an on-board LED.
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
Your search for a big bedside clock has an end.
IoT with your robot at one place and your phone another, both connected via internet.
A combination of 3 different clocks in one frame.
Where did I leave my phone? Push a Button and an email will be sent giving you the Geolocation of your phone.
In this project, I'm using a Kortex A1 IoT-sensor microcontroller in order to monitor temperature/humidity/pressure/altitude via WiFi.
A shiny, shaky and glowy ornament that can be scaled to go on top of your tree.