This is a unit to control a central heating system via 433MHz radio signals. Control of heating is via a Blynk app.
A cube with all the necessary sensors, suitable for a wide range of applications like agriculture. Know the land beneath you!
In this opportunity we will integrate our active power meter or electric consumption, Peacefair Pzem-004 with the IoT Blynk app platform
Using Blynk and your own BLE dongle you can monitor your Smart electric drive EV.
Clean your yard from your smartphone or preset a job for AYSE to follow!
Gutters to Gardens is a solar powered rain barrel for remotely or automatically activating a water distribution system for home garden beds.
This tutorial is about a car parking space monitoring system using a computer application designed in Visual Basic.net...
Neopixel LEDs are fitted behind the guitar pickups and illuminate with the rhythm of your strumming allowing for a custom and unique design.
The IoT egg tray lets you know how many eggs you have left in the fridge and also shows temperature & humidity of your fridge.
My vision of IoT medicine packaging.
The idea is to basically monitor our rooms continuously and if no one is present in the room, the system will turn off the lights and fans.
Want to pass something over to a friend without getting up? Lazy Ferrari is there to help you!
A smarter way to control your heating from anywhere via mobile. And you can share the control across many mobiles!
When we press the button or touch the sensor, the temperature is displayed on 2 LCDs and Blynk mobile app.
A combination of 3 different clocks in one frame.
Building robots shouldn't be hard or laborious. All you need is an Arduino 101 and a Sparkfun chassis.
Make your stupid coffee grinder smart with this IoT and weight-based coffee grinder modification.
An automatic pellet dispenser designed to feed your dog or cat without lifting a finger
It is a simple project that helpful for the advanced level of farming and irrigation.
This project aims to provide a tool that can compare the amount of time during which the light in a room to the time that it's occupied.
A new iteration of my original device called Crawler. It creeps around and avoids things. Enough said. :-)