A first introduction to using Hover Labs Beam.
This is a very simple project, were the main idea is to explore how to control servos via internet using NodeMCU and Blynk.
Take care of your plant with automatic watering.
The idea is to upgrade my rover to be controlled by a Blynk app in my mobile. The Blynk is talking to my Arduino UNO using Bluetooth HC06.
How to make a functional application with Blynk and the Linkit Smart 7688 Duo board, with utility for home automation.
We will learn how to capture temperature data, upload it to internet with a NodeMCU and monitor it on a Smart device using a Blynk app.
In this article, we will introduce you to controlling real world devices using the Blynk system.
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.
Using PixyCam and Intel Arduino 101 to drive this rover. Easy Robotic Vision system using PixyCam, rover reacts to the ball using Pan/Tilt.
A tutorial on how to use the most important element of blynk.
A shiny, shaky and glowy ornament that can be scaled to go on top of your tree.
A water-resistant temperature sensor is suitable to signal the reaching of the core temperature of the meat during the grilling time.
IoT with your robot at one place and your phone another, both connected via internet.
The LinkIt One Board is awesome, but it's even more awesome with Blynk.
A BBQ thermometer with 4 separate probes. Control settings, monitor progress, and get notifications on your phone.
A collection of labs for the Texas Instruments + UIUC workshop. Spin a servo from the cloud with an MSP432 and Blynk!
Learn how to gain remote control of your DIY constructions with the easy to use Blynk interface.
Use Blynk to send a command to Onion Omega2 and use virtual pins to write on your console.
When we press the button or touch the sensor, the temperature is displayed on 2 LCDs and Blynk mobile app.
I remodeled a stag beetle toy to be controllable with Blynk. I used Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE as the microcontroller.
Use a front-facing light to attack your opponent's side-mounted photoresistor. When your hit points drop to 0, you are dead!
50 people and 6 robots sumo at IoT meetup.
Don't let your BBC micro:bit collect dust! Here is how to use it with Blynk and Arduino IDE.