An I2C interface with Blynk.
Getting started with Blynk Bridge - the simplest method to communicate between ESP8266, Arduino or Raspberry Pi.
In this I show you how to control LEDs using Blynk app In IoT platform.
An opensource 3D printed aquarium controller with IOT capabilities.
This system identifies footballer's skills, performance & moves that are difficult to identify during play or training.
A four-legged robot on roller skates.
Mars Rover that uses Arduino 101 for brains, BLE for communication, and the Blynk app for remote control.
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
Control your Home Lights using the Twitter platform.
Monitor real power, voltage, current and power factor using the Sparkfun Blynk board and view live graphs in the Blynk App.
A simple 4 channel design/program for monitoring orchid and plant moisture levels.
Add some sound FX to your electric fireplace!
The best way to NodeMCU GPS tracker Blynk app In IOT platform.
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
Use the Blynk app to control the RGB LED, the onboard LED, and the LED expansion from your phone.
Use your Android/IoS phone or tablet to control your hardware remotely with the thingSoC ESP32 board.
Controlling a robot via WiFi, using Arduino and Blynk application.
The Waternator 293 is a simple device that regulates the water level in your Christmas tree base.
In this article, we will introduce you to controlling real world devices using the Blynk system.
This turns on a bathroom fan automatically when its humid.
If an accident or any gas or smoke leakage is detected, it notifies through call and through Blynk app.
I made remote control car. The motors are controlled by smartphone application Blynk and Pi Zero W with the I2C input motor driver.
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Getting Started Guide for using Blynk with the Arduino IDE for controlling a small robot chassis using a Bluetooth phone or tablet.