A smartwatch with fall and location detection, reminders and more, designed to help you or your loved one with Alzheimer's!
Project tutorial by Abdullah Sadiq
Forgot your keys? Unlock the door using an RFID combination sequence from hidden tags.
Project tutorial by Kirby G
Arduino's great, but how in the world do you do two (or more) things at once on separate intervals? You need protothreading!
Project tutorial by Drew Alden
First of all, it's not a band, it's a watch. What needs to be present in the watch is the MKR1000, the bluetooth module, a display, the Sensor Hub Nano, a button switch, a buzzer. and the wireless receiver. All of these are pretty small, and can easily be included in a watch if you remove the pin headers and solder wires directly (those were just for prototyping on a breadboard)
Other than that, you should read the "How it works" section, you have a wrong idea of its working. A bluetooth module is used to get the Sensor Hub connect directly with the MKR1000. There is no i2c communication between them. And also, I haven't used the DPS310 alone, but I still see no reason why it won't work with the MKR1000, it's just a matter of the proper code.
As for the working, why don't you build it yourself and tell me? (Just look at the screenshots, if you don't have the parts!) :)
Edit: I haven't completed the documentation yet, hopefully I'll do it by the deadline. Why don't you read it once its done?
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