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Here is my first experience making IoT project (Internet of Things) in simplest way, only with an Arduino board (I used Genuino 101, you can use any boards) & Blynk app on Android. See the demo & tutorial below, hope you enjoy it.

Step 1: Demonstration

Step 2: Tutorial

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<p>awesome project... <br>sukses masbro :)</p>
<p>matur nuwun ^_^</p>
<p>wow, impressive. But I thought Genuino 101 don't have Wifi capability ?</p>
<p>yes, you're right. Just plug in it on your connected PC and open blynk-ser batch file on blynk library. you can also use any Arduino board: Uno, Mega, etc without ESP or ethernet shield ^_^</p>
<p>Hi,</p><p>But what is the concept behind of it to control the Arduino 101 ? Through PC WiFi ? Serial ?</p>
<p>Yes, Serial USB. I made my genuino 101 goes online by plugging in to my laptop, which is connected to the internet (via WiFi, LAN or whatever). So my 101 also connected.</p>
<p>Oh cool ! So IOT too with the help from laptop as host. You can try edison too through BLE :)</p>
<p>no need to change anything. yes right, blynk supports any boards ^_^</p>
<p>No need to change COM Port ?</p>
<p>open the blynk-ser &amp; type the port, eg: COM4. the default is COM1.</p>
<p>Got it. thanks. </p>
<p>Do I need to change anything in the blynk-ser batch file ? Actually what does this batch file does ?</p>

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