Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
Open, close and monitor a garage door opener with a smart phone using a Particle Photon and the Blynk application.
Solar installation with lithium battery packs monitoring.
Level Monitor for extremely dusty environments or where other distance sensors don’t work.
A home automation and Internet of Things project using Arduino Mega 2560 and ESP32.
How can scientists model and predict the formation of sink holes using IoT?
Fidget Spinners are everywhere - one of the challenges is to get the fastest spinning and longest running Spinner...build a sensor!
A system that keeps you updated about the happenings of your house in your absence.The display is shown on your mobile.
This is a project for measuring the AC current of a device plugged into the outlet and data feedback using Blynk with OTA.
Cheap and easy way to feed the dog from anywhere via your phone.
A cool RC Car that you can control with the touch of your fingers right from your own phone.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
Getting started with Blynk Bridge - the simplest method to communicate between ESP8266, Arduino or Raspberry Pi.
How to (and not to) build your own home automation system.
An I2C interface with Blynk.
A simple 4 channel design/program for monitoring orchid and plant moisture levels.
Control your Home Lights using the Twitter platform.
Read temperature, humidity and air quality control using DHT22 and MQ - 135 and monitoring with Blynk using ESP8266.
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.
This turns on a bathroom fan automatically when its humid.
Using an accelerometer, we detected angular acceleration. With this data we used a particle photon to notify the user via a Blynk dashboard.
With this project, we will be able to water our plant automatically and monitor it from our smartphone.
50 people and 6 robots sumo at IoT meetup.
Every backyard needs that little something special. I've created a water fountain that reacts to music and can be controlled wirelessly.