But, once I'm happy with the calibration, I won't need to have the phone around. I like that.
And another idea, only a theory at this point, in the future I could use the Redbear BLE Nano, in central mode paired with the G5 transmitter (not sure I want this until I have to take it though). This would make the bitter pill of living without Raw data, and forced calibrations, and 2 hour warm-ups easier to swallow.
Continuing on the BLE Nano topic, this device will imitate a BLE Smart Heart Rate Chest Strap. Which means, if anyone has a decent looking wearable that has bluetooth smart HRM funcionality, you can make it a "CGMS". Not allot out there, I was hoping the VivoSmart would do that, but it uses Ant+. Amazing, that small wearable has both Ant+ and BLE in it.
Still trying to get Central mode communication working with the Vivo or the Pebble. I can do it between the Nano and an RFDuino, which means Gap/Gatt is working. Or at least that I know how to code it. Using Mbed on the Nano, not Arduino. The web based environment isn't half bad... Need a way to automate the Hex file upload and the serial monitor. I like the way it centralizes things, Pebbles development website does a great job at all of this.
Interesting thing with the pebble, it appears to use both Bluetooth and BLE. When un-paired, it doesn't advertise, like a BLE device should. I can't get a handle on it with a sniffer. Kind of a show stopper, hence the new hardware approach. I welcome comments if anyone knows how Pebble does it's BLE.
Still trying to sniff traffic between the Vivo and the iPhone. More on that I'm sure. The goal of today's blog is to make the Phone optional, ie. only for calibration. I want to communicate with a wearable directly, like I used to with the MetaWatch (moment of silence).
Scheming about making a wearable, maybe carving up the Fuel and using the good parts. Spending an inordinate amount of time with the 3D printer making it work with Ninja Flex. Printing Octopi, obligatory photo: