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Hack a $35 nRF52 ARM Cortex Activity Tracker w/ Arduino

Color OLED, Bluetooth, fast 64Mhz MCU, vibration motor, HR & touch sensor. Tutorials & code for gesture recognition and machine learning.

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Hack a $35 nRF52 ARM Cortex Activity Tracker w/ Arduino

Things used in this project

Hardware components

X9 Pro Activity Tracker
Nordic nRF52832 ARM Cortex M4 based activity tracker with color OLED, KX126 accelerometer, 8MB SPI FLASH Memory, heart rate sensor and touch sensor
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Schematics

gpio_simple_wires_illustrated_ABzOTKejkC.png

Code

nrf52_X9Project_BUTTON.ino

Arduino
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nrf52_X9Project_OLED.ino

Arduino
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nrf52_X9Project_WEBBLUETOOTH.ino

Arduino
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nrf52_X9Project_BLESERIAL.ino

Arduino
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nrf52_X9Project_BLINK.ino

Arduino
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Github

https://github.com/curtpw/web-bluetooth-neural-network

Github

https://github.com/curtpw/nRF5x-device-reverse-engineering

Github

https://github.com/curtpw/web-bluetooth-lightsaber

Github

https://github.com/curtpw/web-bluetooth-heat-map

Github

https://github.com/curtpw/web-bluetooth-positioned-ball

Github

https://github.com/curtpw/web-bluetooth-respiration

Github

https://github.com/sandeepmistry/arduino-nRF5

Credits

Curt White

Curt White

4 projects • 5 followers
Device and sensors developer @ The Child Mind Institute MATTER Lab in NYC. Mostly interested in medical devices and crazy awesome costumes.

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