Lock your door from anywhere
We begin to enter the world of the IoT, starting to remote simple LEDs.
This a multi sensor project where we will interface flame sensor and MQ2 gas sensor with ESP8266 NodeMCU.
In this project, I will show you how to make IoT based Pulse Oximeter using ESP32, MAX30100, and Blynk Application.
Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
It's difficult to make communication with ESP-01 module but today I'll show how to do it in the simplest way.
Monitoring basement to make sure humidity does not rise too high and alert to check if dehumidifier bucket is full.
This project turn disables the door lock for an authorised user by face detection.
An alert system that sends a notification to your mobile phone when anyone accesses the safe.
How to make an IoT-based Smart Home with Blynk 2.0 using NodeMCU ESP8266 to control 4 home appliances with real-time feedback.
Today i show you how to interface DHT sensor Value in Blynk Apps use NodeMcu8266 .
In this I show you how to control LEDs using Blynk app In IoT platform.
An integrated development platform developed for learning and solution designing relates to electronics, IoT, robotics, and coding
Make your own IoT based home/office security system using the Nodemcu ESP8266 Wifi module, PIR Sensor and Blynk application.
Remote control and data analysis of a compressor with the Blynk app and Google Sheets
We show how to connect Pico to WiFi while maintaining low power and running it directly on AAA batteries.
Blynk, is it the savour of microprocessors everywhere? Well at first look this seems to show promise, so let's take it for a spin and see.
Make IoT-based Smart Home Automation Using Blynk & ESP32 to control an 8-channel relay module from the IR Remote, manual switch & Wi-Fi.
Garage Door IOT Monitor and Controller, using Blynk App on your cell phone. Also OTA updates and MQTT to Home Assistant.
The project is to provide a wearable monitoring system for sewage workers to monitor them while working in the sewage.
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
In this activity, we will be reading and displaying the water flow meter on blynk using NodeMCU and also control the tap with the solenoid.
This WiFi module makes it convenient for the user to switch between two audio sources without the need to swap and insert the audio cables.
The autonomous device will send the vehicle position to the android app with time and will show the location on google maps.