Never miss anyone at your door! A system that notifies your phone and email whenever someone presses the doorbell.
A project that displays the temperature and humidity of a room on your mobile in real time.
A system that warns for unexpected rains to help out your garden. The system displays real time values on mobile.
This project shows the integration of hardware with mobile application. The user can control equipment from his phone over the internet.
Wanted to replace the standard remote control unit for a garage door with an app on my iPhone.
Check the current conditions: light, temperature, humidity on your smartphone.
Fidget Spinners are everywhere - one of the challenges is to get the fastest spinning and longest running Spinner...build a sensor!
A system that keeps you updated about the happenings of your house in your absence.The display is shown on your mobile.
A cool RC Car that you can control with the touch of your fingers right from your own phone.
Cheap and easy way to feed the dog from anywhere via your phone.
An I2C interface with 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.
Read temperature, humidity and air quality control using DHT22 and MQ - 135 and monitoring with Blynk using ESP8266.
The idea is to upgrade my rover to be controlled by a Blynk app in my mobile. The Blynk is talking to my Arduino UNO using Bluetooth HC06.
With this project, we will be able to water our plant automatically and monitor it from our smartphone.
This is an ESP8266-based Neopixel dashboard: it can show current time, a custom message and have up to 41 preset effects.
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.
How to make your room intelligent easily.
A simple IoT experiment using an ESPectro Core v3 and connecting it to Blynk, Cayenne, Dweet, Freeboard & Thinger.
A simple Internet of Things (IoT) experiment using an ESP32 Development Board & shared access Blynk.
A simple IoT test using a Blynk project to control & monitor 2 ESP8266 boards (NodeMCU & Wemos D1).
I think I have bitten off more than I can chew. I have no idea what I am doing. I am a smart person, I should be able to figure this out.
Have you bought a cheap analog LED strip set in the hardware store? Bring this set with a Particle Photon and a relay to light up!
I created a house with a light that gradually turns on a light if it is dark and an alarm connected to the door.