Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
A project that speaks on behalf of mother nature. It is real time air quality monitoring device.
Controlling water and heat of a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, and soil moisture.
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
Octopod, a uniquely shaped full automation system that allows you to monitor your industry and keep security with AI and smart RFID locks.
Know when your clothes are dry
Particle Photon circuit allowing the display of environmental conditions (light, temperature, humidity, pressure) using the Blynk app.
An IoT smart mailbox for securely receiving parcels and getting notification on app without being present at home.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
Display sensor values (DHT11 in example) on the Smartphone using Blynk App.
Monitor weather and security remotely with Blynk and the CC32000 LaunchPad!
In this project, we're going to make a keyless door lock system that uses a 4X4 keypad to enter the keys and a servo motor to open or close.
Collecting multiple data from multiple sensors connected to the same 1-wire bus and monitoring them from the internet with Blynk.
Using PSoC and LinkIt ONE send analog sensor values to Blynk and then, with the power of IFTTT control your smart devices based on the data!
A solution to measure noise level and sound pollution in urban areas.
Turn on a fan automatically with a Particle Photon using temperature sensing and the Blynk app.
A new way to connect sensors! Connect up to five sensors to the particle powered WiSor and obtain real-time data on your mobile phone!
If you have ever wondered how to get started in the IoT (Internet of Things) world, this is the tutorial for you!
Use the Arduino101 Bluetooth wireless interface to read the Intertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with your phone or tablet using Blynk !
This tutorial will help you to learn DHT11/DHT22 interfacing with nodeMCU and sending its data to Blynk Application.
This is a short tutorial for connecting and setting up the MH-Z14A carbon dioxide sensor in Arduino w/OTA updates and Blynk.