A DIY version of the Tp-link HS100 smart plug implemented using Wemos D1 Mini and Relay shield.
Remote semi-automatic feeding machine using Particle Photon & Blynk.
Feed your pets remotely or on a schedule using the idIoTware Shield.
Flashy LED decor lights that respond to your bike's motion.
Stay informed about soil-measurement by using Particle Photon.
Level Monitor for extremely dusty environments or where other distance sensors don’t work.
Fidget Spinners are everywhere - one of the challenges is to get the fastest spinning and longest running Spinner...build a sensor!
Adapt your home automation project from our March 2017 workshop to be controlled through BLE using the Blynk app on your phone.
A method in which waste management is automated. An innovative system that will help keep the city clean and healthy.
Waterman is a device in form of a box which will check the contamination level of water and also the availability of water in the pipeline.
Ever wanted your whole room to be lit in sync with the music? Or to be able to control it with your voice? Then this might be for you!
Converting a common RC car to a Bluetooth car, using an Arduino 101 & controlling with a smartphone via Blynk app.
An outdoor rover, capable of autonomous navigation (using GPS and sonar sensors) or controlled over WiFi.
At my age you have to get up at night and get tired on the way to the bathroom. Using a PIR-Sensor to trigger light on!
Making a smart garage model from the toy building using XOD and Blynk.
A system that keeps you updated about the happenings of your house in your absence.The display is shown on your mobile.
This is an implementation of my infrared replicator project, where I show how to control almost any infrared appliance from the Internet.
This project shows how to connect a DHT11 sensor with a NodeMCU and check temperature/humidity.
Analyse concrete, metal, wood structures for bends and angles and alerts if they have deviated from the original position.
Potentially open your garage door from anywhere in the world!
This guide will demonstrate to beginners how to use Arduino 101 BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) feature to control an LED from an Android mobile.
I made Blynk controlled Car using Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE. I can easily using Blynk!
Use Tracer MPPT (and others) controller's RS485 data link to generate cool statistics live on your phone.
No Blynk libraries for Bluz? No problem!
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