Linux Smartwatch

robinsrowe
 
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Linux Smartwatch

Fri Oct 09, 2020 5:18 am

I'd like to create my own Linux smartwatch. Feasible using VoCore2? Suggestions? Thanks!

Vonger
 
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Re: Linux Smartwatch

Tue Oct 13, 2020 1:36 am

robinsrowe wrote:I'd like to create my own Linux smartwatch. Feasible using VoCore2? Suggestions? Thanks!



You can use SPI screen and a big battery to do that.
But for a watch the battery still too small, maybe Fallout Pip boy 2000 should be a good choice, just VoCore2 + its USB Screen. :)

robinsrowe
 
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Re: Linux Smartwatch

Wed Oct 14, 2020 8:36 am

Vonger wrote:
robinsrowe wrote:I'd like to create my own Linux smartwatch. Feasible using VoCore2? Suggestions? Thanks!


You can use SPI screen and a big battery to do that.
But for a watch the battery still too small, maybe Fallout Pip boy 2000 should be a good choice, just VoCore2 + its USB Screen. :)


Thanks. Where would I get these? What are these?

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Re: Linux Smartwatch

Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:54 am

robinsrowe wrote:
Vonger wrote:
robinsrowe wrote:I'd like to create my own Linux smartwatch. Feasible using VoCore2? Suggestions? Thanks!


You can use SPI screen and a big battery to do that.
But for a watch the battery still too small, maybe Fallout Pip boy 2000 should be a good choice, just VoCore2 + its USB Screen. :)


Thanks. Where would I get these? What are these?


You can get screen and vocore2 at vocore.io/store.
The fast way to assemble a working one is to use VoCore2 Ultimate and the USB Screen. Connect them by USB cable then it just works. Check our youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we8aRsJhJVY&t=43s. For customize UI you will need some software skill.

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