[Noisebridge-discuss] Hackable actigraphy bands?
ceren at ercen.com
Mon Feb 10 23:27:41 UTC 2014
That's a pretty tall request, sadly. a lot of the good motion detection
refinements into actual human motion are proprietary software, and I would
imagine even more so for wrist-worn.
you can check openyou https://github.com/openyou , - I assume you've looked
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 5:54 PM, Sai <i at s.ai> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 2:53 PM, Sai <i at s.ai> wrote:
> > I need an actigraphy band (wrist type) that's reasonably hackable -
> > e.g. so that I can get real time days from it over Bluetooth to a
> > custom Android app. (I want to make something that will detect and
> > alarm when the user has a sudden-onset atonia.)
> > I haven't found any such devices, though. They either don't give real
> > time data, or don't have bluetooth, or are proprietary only, or only
> > give a processed version of the data that's useless to me, or whatever
> > other BS.
> > Anyone know of something good? (There's of course always the 'make it
> > myself' option, but I'd rather not have to cobble together something
> > from breadboard that I'd need to wear 24/7.)
> > Thanks,
> > - Sai
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