A simple device that turns the lights on when the user approaches home.
Read sensor data and toggle LEDs with the Blynk mobile app and the TI CC3200 LaunchPad
Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
With this tutorial, we will learn how to handle this fantastic little device, the NodeMCU ESP-12E and Blynk platform.
Setup a home temperature monitoring system on your phone within minutes! Literally just copy and paste!
Making a smart garage model from the toy building using XOD and Blynk.
Easy way to unlock and Lock door with Blynk app. Also, I will add code for to Lock & Unlock door by RFID and fingerprint sensor. 3 in 1.
This is a cool IoT project for beginners using NodeMCU and Blynk app. Through this project, you can control 4 devices in your home.
A simple project to learn IoT by connecting a DHT11 temperature and humidity sensor with WeMos D1 Mini and interfacing the data to Blynk.
Control your robot from a Wi-Fi network using an ESP8266 Wemos D1, Arduino IDE and Blynk App!
Cheap and easy way to feed the dog from anywhere via your phone.
Control your Robot from anywhere using the ARMA IoT shield for UNO and the Blynk App which provides the user interface.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
In this I show you how to control LEDs using Blynk app In IoT platform.
An I2C interface with Blynk.
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
Control an external LED light from anywhere in the world using the ESP8266. The GPIO pin serves as an output source to the LED.
Read temperature, humidity and air quality control using DHT22 and MQ - 135 and monitoring with Blynk using ESP8266.
Display information or variables on a LCD available at BLYNK app using IOT.
Today i show you how to interface DHT sensor Value in Blynk Apps use NodeMcu8266 .
Adjust your blinds from the comfort of your seat without having to go through the effort of standing up.
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
I work a lot in my garage or in the garden, so it happens pretty often that I just don't hear my doorbell. So I made a smart one.