Changing the world, one gas station at a time!
Starting from my laziness in opening a garage at home, and wanting to know whether the contents of the garage are empty or not, therefore I
Starting from the emergence of my problem in turning on something at home, such as lights, fans, TV and others, and the creation of IoT made
A mini project, by using this people can feed their fish in fish tank from long distance
Looking for a new Smart Desk RGB Lamp? Build your own with WisBlock and Blynk!
A car that can be controlled from anywhere in the world over the internet.
Build a Car that you can control from your Browser. Either make it run only when connected locally on your network, or over Cloud (Internet)
This project is useful for people who forget to water their plants properly.
Sometimes I want to start farming, but often because of environmental problems, weather problems, temperature, or pests that make people not
A small project designed using Node MCU and Blynk app to enable using the Google Assistant to switch on/off home appliances.
Home automation using NodeMCU and Blynk App
This tutorial is for how to make a lightning bot / sensor with Wemos D1 Mini (ESP8266), DFRobots' AS3935 and Blynk.
Cloud connected, fully automated, smart indoor herb harvesting using Seeed Studio's Wio Terminal and Blynk app.
This is a project about a robot made for people who feel lonely.
Lock your door from anywhere
Today security is one of the prime aspect in our society. Securing our home and family is important.
An integrated development platform developed for learning and solution designing relates to electronics, IoT, robotics, and coding
Remote control and monitoring of a pneumatic piston, using Blynk app
This tutorial shows how to monitor temperature and humidity from Magicbit (ESP32) and view it in the Blynk cloud dashboard.
Find KEYs, WALLET, BAGs by ringing them using google assistant
Have a sibling that always wakes up late? Have the speaker automatically turn on at a certain time, and play some tunes.
Controlling a servo with wireless
We show how to connect Pico to WiFi while maintaining low power and running it directly on AAA batteries.
We begin to enter the world of the IoT, starting to remote simple LEDs.