Running a local copy of Blynk server.
The bird house will be outfitted with IOT to track what kind of conditions attracts guests and will tweet you when they are at the door!
Use a front-facing light to attack your opponent's side-mounted photoresistor. When your hit points drop to 0, you are dead!
Take care of your plant with automatic watering.
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
A shiny, shaky and glowy ornament that can be scaled to go on top of your tree.
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.
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
You love daily changing Bible verse? Then the "Die Losungen" are a concept: here they are represented with value added information.
Turn a light on/off using a relay, Blynk, and an IR Break Beam.
An automatic pellet dispenser designed to feed your dog or cat without lifting a finger
I remodeled a stag beetle toy to be controllable with Blynk. I used Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE as the microcontroller.
The LinkIt One Board is awesome, but it's even more awesome with Blynk.
On-board data acquisition for mountain bike air suspension pressures.
IoT with your robot at one place and your phone another, both connected via internet.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
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.
In this project i am going to demonstrate you how you can build your iot enabled lamp that will response on the tweets.
Here is a project to read the LinkIt One's battery voltage through Blynk.
It is a lamp or desk lamp that is controlled by your phone for when you need the light to get to your bed, but not once you are in bed.
farmMinder monitors soil moisture level and scares away squirrels! Using the Blynk platform, you can monitor your farm remotely.
A smart Christmas tree controlled by your smartphone using Blynk and ESP8266.
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
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