A IoT system which helps you control your home lights from anywhere in the world in real time.
This is a unit to control a central heating system via 433MHz radio signals. Control of heating is via a Blynk app.
Control your Robot from anywhere using the ARMA IoT shield for UNO and the Blynk App which provides the user interface.
This project shows the integration of hardware with mobile application. The user can control equipment from his phone over the internet.
A simple device that turns the lights on when the user approaches home.
A lamp which changes color according to the tweets of people.
This system will water your plants automatically, monitor the level of the water reservoir and will keep your plants happy on many aspects.
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
5 DOF robotic arm using an Arduino Yun, Blynk app as the control interface and Matlab to implement the forward kinematics.
Simplest wifi car controlled by your smartphone using NodeMcu esp8266 and Blynk.
A system that allows you to detect movement, send alert through your smartphone and turn on and off the lights of your home over internet!
Controlling water and heat of a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, and soil moisture.
Learn how to gain remote control of your DIY constructions with the easy to use Blynk interface.
Octopod, a uniquely shaped full automation system that allows you to monitor your industry and keep security with AI and smart RFID locks.
Control your LED on Arduino UNO using Blynk App.
A tutorial on how to use the most important element of blynk.
A project that speaks on behalf of mother nature. It is real time air quality monitoring device.
Intel Arduino 101-based tank using Bluetooth Low Energy to communicate with a Blynk remote control on your phone.
Automating a chicken coop with sensors and actors, using an Arduino MKR1000 and the Blynk internet dashboard.
We often face the problem of water getting spilled out from our overhead water tanks. So, let us make a solution to monitor water level.
Control and monitor your Arduino porject using your only a smartphone and an internet connection!