This is a cool IoT project for beginners using NodeMCU and Blynk app. Through this project, you can control 4 devices in your home.
Control your robot from a Wi-Fi network using an ESP8266 Wemos D1, Arduino IDE and Blynk App!
A motor bike can be switched on only when the helmet is worn and switching on the mobile app.
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.
An IoT smart mailbox for securely receiving parcels and getting notification on app without being present at home.
Using a BeagleBone Black, you can create a custom smart mirror to keep you up to date and on track in the mornings when getting ready.
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
In this I show you how to control LEDs using Blynk app In IoT platform.
This project is about an IoT setup for a TV RGB backlight that can be controlled by Blynk App.
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
Controlling a robot via WiFi, using Arduino and Blynk application.
In this project, we're going to make a keyless door lock system that uses a 4X4 keypad to enter the keys and a servo motor to open or close.
The ARMA IoT Shield is a breakout board for Arduino to make IoT projects quickly.
LM35 data or temperature can be shown on phone from anywhere. An Example of how can we read data through the virtual pin.
This tutorial will help you to learn DHT11/DHT22 interfacing with nodeMCU and sending its data to Blynk Application.
Today i show you how to interface DHT sensor Value in Blynk Apps use NodeMcu8266 .
Adjust your blinds from the comfort of your seat without having to go through the effort of standing up.
In this project 2 Particle Photon's were used to control an RC Car in real time with the Internet of Things.
A smartphone garage door remote and status sensor using Blynk and Photon.
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.
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
Protect your valuables with a puzzle!
I work a lot in my garage or in the garden, so it happens pretty often that I just don't hear my doorbell. So I made a smart one.