Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
Generates maps based on distance between itself and obstacles autonomously and provides visual feedback.
Project tutorial by Satyavrat Wagle
An easy setup for smart air purifier system. This system use Amazon IoT with MQTT protocol to get real-time data of air quality condition.
Project tutorial by Aaron Kow
Ambient lighting that smartly responds to your moods and needs.
Project tutorial by Daniel Martin
Practicing with IoT using dweet.io service from YUN.
by Rafa Juárez
How easy is to do the link between my Arduino Yun and one mobile using free soft Blynk.
Temboo is very easy to automate the IoT with Arduno YUN, in combination with Blynk and Dropbox to store pictures. All is free and easy.
Make simple math with arduino UNO
Project tutorial by Joprp05
Back up a file stored on an SD card to Dropbox automatically.
A simple device that turns the lights on when the user approaches home.
A completely autonomous way to monitor a location's temperature and humidity, whether a light is on, and if motion was detected.
Project tutorial by RChloe
This intruder alarm detects motion and sends a text message alert to your phone via WiFi, so you can receive the text anywhere.
Project tutorial by Matthew Hallberg
Best in class Arduino Yun controller.
Project showcase by TATCO Inc
Build a smart commercial freezer monitor with temperature logging and SMS alerts to prevent product loss.
Project tutorial by Caitlin Quintero Weaver
Driving a LED Strip with Windows Remote Arduino over WiFi
Project tutorial by Mohan Palanisamy
A simple and inexpensive solution is to use a 'mobile power bank'
by Giovanni Carrera
How to build an Arduino-based IoT Gauge with a REST API, and connect it to the IFTTT Maker Channel, via the Yaler.net relay.
Project tutorial by Thomas Amberg
Track your trash (or recycling) build up and receive notifications when it needs to be taken out.
Media cabinets often get very hot. This project combines a temperature sensor with a fan to cool them down.
Project tutorial by Vess Bakalov
For Arduino Yùn, adds new REST commands, enabling tunnelling for I2C messages.
Turn on/off a Philips Hue LED via a push button attached to a Arduino.
Project tutorial by Jim
RPMA backhaul for Arduino Yun + Temp / Humidity sensor
by Max Gibbons
RPMA Backhaul + Arduino Yun – Part 3 of 3
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