Control home appliances over internet. This IOT project done using Node MCU ESP8266 and BLYNK app. Control devices from anywhere.
The ARMA IoT Shield is a breakout board for Arduino to make IoT projects quickly.
Remotely we control our home with MKR1000 and IOT of Blynk. We can manage the boiler, the 'anti-theft irrigation, open the Automatic Gate.
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
Control an LED brightness or color through Blynk App with ARMA IoT shield for Arduino Uno.
Build a beautiful Holiday Shadow Theater and control the animated scene with your phone.
The LinkIt One Board is awesome, but it's even more awesome with Blynk.
Create a shield of control with multiple sensors to create visual and sound notifications in case of danger.
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
Using an accelerometer, we detected angular acceleration. With this data we used a particle photon to notify the user via a Blynk dashboard.
This tutorial shows how to flash firmware on the ESP8266-01. Also how to connect the ESP8266-01/Arduino to Blynk.
Here is a project to read the LinkIt One's battery voltage through Blynk.
Turn your plain light switch into an internet connected luxury item that will wow your friends and family.
This is a very simple project, were the main idea is to explore how to control servos via internet using NodeMCU and Blynk.
Using Blynk and your own BLE dongle you can monitor your Smart electric drive EV.
Build a home automation system with a Blynk user interface, an alarm system, dimmable lights, timers, and remote controlled appliances.
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how you can make your own ON AIR station with the help of the idIoTware shield.
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how you can turn on/off LED on idIoTware shield with the help of Blynk app.
Feed your pets remotely or on a schedule using the idIoTware Shield.
Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.
With this tutorial, we will learn how to handle this fantastic little device, the NodeMCU ESP-12E and Blynk platform.
This project uses Blynk (Esp8266), a 3-D printed hand, and two servos to make a remote controlled Halloween hand gag.
Let's make a little portable IoT weather station for under $20 using Arduino and the Blynk library!
I've made a few smoker controllers in the past and monitoring tools to go with them.