7 IoT platforms (Yeelink, Wechat, ThingSpeak, Temboo, Blynk, DeviceHub and IFTTT) with Arduino Yun to control home appliance
Simple GPS tracker using a Particle Photon (or Electron) and an EM406 GPS module with location visible on Blynk app map.
An IoT smart mailbox for securely receiving parcels and getting notification on app without being present at home.
Ever wanted your whole room to be lit in sync with the music? Or to be able to control it with your voice? Then this might be for you!
Very reliable (multiple mice-live catch) mouse trap. Mice *cannot* escape if they trigger the IR beam! **NEW*: IoT version with phone app!
This NeoPixel LED light has six different light settings, is connected to the Wi-Fi and controlled via Particle Photon and Blynk app.
A DHT11 connected to Blynk to read data
Automate your curtains and add safety to your room, using the Arduino 101, WIZ750SR and Blynk, along with sensors and actuators!
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
A home automation project for light use with an ESP8266 and 5V relay.
How to merge different IoT devices and services? Node-RED provides an elegant solution.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
Adjust your blinds from the comfort of your seat without having to go through the effort of standing up.
In this simple tutorial, we will explore how to control a servo motor over the internet, using a smartphone.
Be the master, control everything with your smart phone.
Replace traditional radio control gear in a 3D Sets 3D-printed Jeep with a Wemos D1 mini, Blynk WiFi iPhone and Blynk local server-Rasp Pi.
A weather station based on ESP8266 +blynk
Anytime you want to visualize a precise place you just clic on the app and see due to this
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
A simple Power Meter you can use to measure 0-26V & up to 3.2A. Add to any project to monitor voltage, current, power and energy used.
This project shows how to connect a DHT11 sensor with a NodeMCU and check temperature/humidity.
This project was part of the Lane Tech HS Physical Computing Lab course. I created this project as part of the Home Automation/IoT project.
A collection of labs for the Texas Instruments + UIUC workshop. Spin a servo from the cloud with an MSP432 and Blynk!
If you want a NodeMCU device that could help you to control all your house electrical devices, then this will be your best guide
Mars Rover that uses Arduino 101 for brains, BLE for communication, and the Blynk app for remote control.