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  1. I'd like to take a chance and introduce a smart watch that doesn't support any kind of wheel connectivity, but i'd like to know its possible. the https://banglejs.com/ and as the website says The World's first Open Source Hackable Smart Watch It's tech specs are low, but so it's the work that it does https://www.espruino.com/Bangle.js Note that it supports ble technology and you need javascript to run it! A code example : // Draw a pattern with lines g.clear(); for (i=0;i<64;i+=7.9) g.drawLine(0,i,i,63); g.drawString("Hello World",30,30); and now i'm gonna quote some text form it's spec's website https://www.espruino.com/Bangle.js Bangle.js is an open, hackable smartwatch You can easily install new apps from the web or develop your own using JavaScript or a graphical programming language (Blockly). All you need is a Web Browser (Chrome, Edge or Opera) and you can upload apps or write code to run on your watch wirelessly! Bangle.js is waterproof and AI enabled and comes with bluetooth low energy, GPS, a heart rate monitor, accelerometer and more. Features⇠ IP68 Waterproof: up to 10m underwater Nordic 64MHz nRF52832 ARM Cortex-M4 processor with Bluetooth LE 64kB RAM 512kB on-chip flash, 4MB external flash 1.3 inch 240x240 16 bit LCD display with 2 zone touch GPS/Glonass receiver (UBlox) Heart rate monitor 3 Axis Accelerometer (with Pedometer and Tap detect) 3 Axis Magnetometer Vibration motor 350mAh battery, 1 week standby time 5 x 5 x 1.7 cm case, plastic with stainless steel ring Can be disassembled with just 4 screws Power Consumption⇠ Idle, accelerometer on - 0.7mA BLE Connected in high bandwidth mode - 0.5mA Compass on - 2mA Heart rate monitor on - 2.5mA 100% CPU usage running JavaScript - 7mA GPS on - 30mA LCD on - 40mA Turned off - 0.08mA (0.6mA if turned off via Bootloader) This means that when idle (in the normal power-on state) you can expect around 20 days of battery life. Tutorials⇠ To get your computer connected, check out the Getting Started Guide To get started see the Bangle.js Development page There is more technical information below about using the LCD and onboard peripherals Tutorials using Bangle.js: There are many more tutorials that may not be specifically for you device but will probably work with some tweaking. Try searching to find what you want. Information⇠ For detailed technical information about Bangle.js, check out the Bangle.js Technical Information page There's a Bangle.js API reference here -------------------------------------------------------- Now for the last part, a question from me. Will @Seba want to play with one of these in the future, cause it's cheap and fun? Is there the slight chance we see EUC.world watchface on a smartwatch like this? Thank you for your time guys -------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer, this post is not endorsed by the watch company, i just liked its open'es and that it runs on javascript, etc.
  2. Hello to all! I've taken the liberty to write this post cause me and @Marty Backe decided to help European riders get their hands on a Pebble Watch, which is "THE BEST" companion smartwatch for an EUC rider out-there, specialy when using the new and revamped EUC.world application for Android This is a "project" that came to life after the need for European riders that can't get their hands on a Pebble cause there are NONE in Europe (ebay and others). More here https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/13403-euc-world-application-online-service/ EUC.world is an app that does everything an EUC rider needs, plus in latest version has full suport of Kingsong wheels, and more. You can always check out information and changelog on the euc.world website here https://euc.world But first things first, transparency. It all started here https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/13403-euc-world-application-online-service/page/36/?tab=comments#comment-288829 After you have a grasp of how what and why i'm asking the big question : Do you want me to send you a Pebble watch after a group buy is in place? If YES just reply on bellow this post and i will personally contact you over PM's with PayPal information, and when the orders have been completed from your side to my side, i'll wire the money to @Marty Backe and from his side in the US he will buy the Pebbles, send them to me and when i get them i'll start sending small parcel packages to each and every one that has chipped in on the group order. I'll contact my local post office tomorrow to get the latest prices for small packets with tracking (ELTA Hellenic Post in Greece) that will cost about 5~7€ per package and report back here with more information. Disclaimer : I'm not trying to take advantage of any user of the forums, that is why i've teamed up with @Marty Backe on this, we don't want you to trust us blidly, just that we want to help our fellow forum members, to give them a change on getting a Pebble watch from Europe without the extra ±30$ of shipping (~25€ and more) for one! And last, i'm not going to be able to send any Pebble to a user that hasn't sent the total of the order thru PayPal as a completed order, not pending ones, only completed and fullfiled transactions. Thank you for taking the time to read this And the list of interested users : @Χρήστος Γεωργαμπλοπουλος @archieuc @Tasos Athanasakis @travsformation @mkosterlund @Will R @Lode @Werner Last to join our cause is @Seba !! And @archieucwants two so, he have 10+2 one for @RAFAL M and one for @Afeez Kay =12 in total Users that have paid the shipping :
  3. I recently came across some code for communicating with KS devices. I've always wanted an Android Wear app for my KS-16S, and now I've my own app that works for me. I still need to display a few things like distance, temp. and current. The app does not require a phone, as it communicates directly with the wheel. It's KingSong only for now. I'm asking my fellow EUC enthusiasts if any of you have Android Wear, and do you have an interest in such a thing. If there is sufficient interest, I can do the extra work to test this out on a few more watch form factors, add metric units, and publish to the Google Play Store (free of course). Long run, I may try to add more wheels (I have an InMotion, so that would likely be next). If not, I'll move on to another pet project Here's a screen cap (This is from my Ticwatch-E)
  4. I installed a bike computer on my generic brand chinese 14" EUC. It's a quite simple mod. Here are some images of how I mounted it. Later I'll post a video to demonstrate how it performs.
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