That the wearable devices have great potential yet to exploit is indisputable, especially on issues health related . This is something that Samsung has understood…
That the wearable devices have great potential yet to exploit is indisputable, especially on issues health related . This is something that Samsung has understood and wanted to exploit, looking for external collaboration con an SDK to help develop your proyecto SimBand .
Bring up a continuous constantly monitor our health related parameters can help in many cases, and the first practical application comes from the hands of a developer, who has just published his work in form of two applications for Android Wear allowing continuously monitor blood glucose levels
This is two applications that use measurement systems for diabetics DexCom, making their users can view directly on your watch Android Wear a continuous graph of your glucose levels measured every 5 minutes, as well as trend lines.
The first application is called xDrip , allowing receiving device data DexCom G4 Platinum in the smartphone , because the meter has DoxCom function share data via Bluetooth LE.
The installation is not as easy it should, but in your GitHub , where you can download directly -not Store- Play is available, there are all kinds of manuals to make it work.
The second is Nightwatch , an application that uses the information stored in xDrip for present it graphically on Android Wear a watch . The appearance is shown in the pictures, but there are four possible configurations and can even be selected as a clock face with the current glucose data. You can also download from GitHub .
Certainly, two very useful applications for diabetics, especially for the geeks , and serve to demonstrate the capabilities in the future could take natively our watches and smart bracelets.
The future was this, and I It’s here. What do you think
In Engadget Android | Samsung SimBand opens the project and finally published the SDK Via | 9to5Google
News ‘Wearables’ to control our health: a developer takes Android Wear a continuous monitor for diabetics was originally published in Engadget Android by Damian Garcia .
May 6, 2015
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