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Bluetooth Watch Project – Behind the Scenes

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If you are unfamiliar with the project please check out the posts linked below :
OBWIous – Opensource Bluetooth Watch Initiative Announcement
Update on the OBWIous

Hi my fellow readers ,

In this post , i wanted to share the story behind the bluetooth watch project and answer some questions like why , how and when…
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Update on the Open Source Bluetooth Watch Initiative

It has been more than month since Open Source Bluetooth Watch Initiative first announced.There has been some improvements.Hardware side of the project completed.But there is a lot to do on the software side to make it a nice developer-friendly watch.So i started programming an API for the watch.But this last month has been very very busy for me.But still there has been somethings done.

Hardware Updates :
5 pushbuttons added for navigation.
Tilt-Sensor added.

Software Updates:
I designed watch UI on top of Vertical Screens called Widgets.In these Widgets, we’ve got buttons , labels etc.

There still some lacks & issues to solved.As soon as i have some free time i will work on those and release source code with Android & Maemo Apps. to talk to watch.If there is anything about the code that is bothering you please dont hesitate to comment or contact me :) .Suggestions are welcome.

Here is a scheme of the Class Structure:
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Narduino & IR-Liqard Appearance on Make:Blog

Hi fellows,
It’s been quite a while since these projects first appeared on Make:Blog but i didnt share those on my blog.So i decided to have them on my blog. :)

IR-Liqard : click here for the article

Narduino : click here for the article

 

My Arduino DIY Shields

Hi everybody,
Here is a photo of my homemade shields for arduino.
Upper-Left:Narduino2.0 – L298 Motor Driver Shield
Upper-Right: MIDI Controller with 3 LEDs for feedback
Lower-Left:Narduino1.0 -Same Functionality with Narduino2.0 except Veroboard.
Lower-Right: IR-Liqard – Data Monitoring Shield with IR receiver.

visit my flickr page for closer photos.

MIDI Controller Shield is the latest one i made.I used to play with FLStudio just for fun and i thought it would be fun to control pitch , modulator and volume controls with potentiometers. I used LoopBe1 and S2MIDI softwares to convert incoming serial data to a virtual midi port. I recorded a video demo. of the MIDI controller.I’ll upload it asap.