[time-nuts] Wrist Watch for Time Nuts
rdarlington at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 16:03:34 UTC 2010
Which means a battery every month for somebody actively developing projects
that talk to wireless sensor networks. Still not a bad deal.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 8:08 AM, paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com> wrote:
> That is indeed neat.
> Just no time for another project to tinker with.
> $49 quite the deal
> Whats funny is it eats a battery at least every 6 months for average use.
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 4:12 AM, Matthew Smith <matt at smiffytech.com>
> > Quoth David at 24/02/10 19:35...
> > Something for the more adventurous, link your wrist watch to your own
> >> standards. TI have brought out a 'sports watch' based development
> >> the 'eZ430-Chronos' based on their 430 processor. It includes an RF data
> >> link so you should be able to write code to automatically sync the watch
> >> to
> >> your GPS / Rubidium / Caesium / Maser standards and calibrate the watch
> >> drift (including temp effects) etc. It might be a bit of a trick to get
> >> Lady
> >> Heather to run on it.
> > Last I heard, only the US frequency (whatever it is) version was
> > For those of us in 433MHz-land (ie: rest of the world,) available next
> > weeks.
> > And I WANT ONE! Perfect wrist-top manager for wearable sensors.
> > Cheers
> > M
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