纷纷扰扰 发表于 2016-10-6 03:11:27
If you’re looking to buy a smartwatch today, there areplenty of options. Or, you could follow in the steps of hardware hacking YouTuber Daniel Davis, and build your own. But Davis’ smartwatch isn’t just a Pebble clone or a homemade Android Wear device. Instead, Davis took a different approach, building the smartwatch out an old Nokia 1100, which already had most of the parts he’d need between the small screen and vibrating motor for notifications.
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recycling the most ubiquitous cellphone the year 2003 had to offer
The watch itself runs off an Arduino board, and manages to fit a Bluetooth module and 3.7v battery into the 3D-printed watch case. You can see the entire build documented on Davis’s Tinkernut YouTube channel, and while the end result is admittedly a bit bulky for a watch, the smartwatch is fully functional, receiving both call and text notifications, which makes it a pretty impressive hack for recycling the most ubiquitous cellphone the year 2003 had to offer.
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