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  • Thermochromic Temperature & Humidity Display

    Wow, yes I know and used tecs but never thought of doing something like this.Great job!

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  • Hersoft commented on GodsTale's instructable Make your own smart watch2 years ago
    Make your own smart watch

    Hi,thanks for the cudos.I used a Teensy LC because of the speed and memory, A HC05 bluetooth assy and an adafruit 1.8" tft display wit uSD card reader on board.have fun making it, it is a nice and simple watch to make.the code is basically the code from GodsTale but adapted for the tft screen.Regards.

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  • Hersoft commented on GodsTale's instructable Make your own smart watch3 years ago
    Make your own smart watch

    I just used Kapton tape for insulation and double sided tape to hold the boards together. I'm again a bit further than last time and I changed the idea to make it a Smart "Watch" because of the dimensions I will have it as a Smart Pendant.I'm sure if I would design a pcb for it, it could be a watch. At the moment the second switch is installed, I have a voltage monitor on a analog pin in combination with the build in 2.5V reference for the ADC. The Lipo add-on is installed, The vibration motor assy is made, just have to be installed.Code has to be written for these new add-ons, probably for most of them tonight. Still to do, add the Hygrometer, temperature,barometer & altimeter.Regards, Otto.

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  • Hersoft commented on GodsTale's instructable Make your own smart watch3 years ago
    Make your own smart watch

    Thanks for the answer, I will try this.Here are some pics from the intermediate stage, for the moment still with HC-05 but I will convert to BLE because of ios?Still to do: Batt level measurement, second button to walk through the menu's, integration off temp, humidity & altitude & compass.Because of Teensy 3.1 I still have loads of space free to add to the program.Regards from Belgium, Otto.

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