Protect your valuables with a puzzle!
Controlling a robot via WiFi, using Arduino and Blynk application.
Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
CaRo is a cable robot that enables easy and cost-effective entry into programming and robotics.
Adapt your home automation project from our March 2017 workshop to be controlled through BLE using the Blynk app on your phone.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
A system that tells you about the parking slots of an area.
The ARMA IoT Shield is a breakout board for Arduino to make IoT projects quickly.
Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
The easiest way to add WiFi control to your project!
MovingLight is a moveable NeoPixel LED light with two stepper motors and is controlled via Bluetooth and Blynk app.
It will start your water motor automatically and stop automatically. Also showing how much fill with water in cm.
Monitoring Industries using the power of Internet and automation.
A project that speaks on behalf of mother nature. It is real time air quality monitoring device.
Automatic and smart care of plants by proper watering and their monitoring.
Never miss anyone at your door! A system that notifies your phone and email whenever someone presses the doorbell.
How to create your own small IoT project which can be operated remotely.
An I2C interface with Blynk.
Using Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, we can control our home's electronics gadgets (up to 240 v). Also with smartphone application.
I used to perform well at many sports: walking, running, riding a bicycle, playing badminton, etc.
Use Tracer MPPT (and others) controller's RS485 data link to generate cool statistics live on your phone.
I made a remote notepad with an ePaper display and Blynk.
A simple project to learn IoT by connecting a DHT11 temperature and humidity sensor with WeMos D1 Mini and interfacing the data to Blynk.
Open, close and monitor a garage door opener with a smart phone using a Particle Photon and the Blynk application.