Pebble SDK 2.0 App: Acceleromonitor – graph your wrists’ accelerometer values

xAdQFGghSeeing as I just got a Pebble watch, I decided to write a quick app for it, and seeing as Pebble have just released the (brand) new SDK 2.0 beta, I’d use some new features from that.

Code is available in case you’re interested:

And a precompiled .pbw:
Version 1.0.2 Updated 2013-11-08 16:47

It displays 3 graphs, X/Y/Z of current accelerometer values vs time, which you can increase or decrease the polling frequency of the accelerometer chip.







2 responses to “Pebble SDK 2.0 App: Acceleromonitor – graph your wrists’ accelerometer values”

  1. Peter O'Shaughnessy Avatar

    This is very cool!

    We’re at a hackathon and want to do something based on recognising a gesture with the Pebble accelerometer.

    Would it be possible to use your code as a basis for it?

    What license are you putting the code out under?


  2. Ray Avatar

    Thank you for posting this. I’m very new to coding and I want to know how do I take the ranges from the x,y, and z axis and change them into actual numbers sequential numbers. I.e. if range is from this-to-this, then that equals x, and then sequentially x+1, x+2, x+3, for every time the axis’ reach that range. please help!!

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