I've been wanting to go wireless on this sensor for quite awhile and it seemed like a good way to explore Micropython on the ESP32.
For the battery supply, I used a Adafruit PowerBoost 500 to get a +5V on the ESP module from a single 18650 cell.
There are two components - the sensor "pod" hardware + firmware and the python client that creates the visualization of detected spectrum on a workstation with a display.
This is just the first prototype for the code and hardware. I expect to continue development until I am distracted by yet another shiny object - but that may take a while because this one is rather shiny. It might be fun to have collaboration, so join early if you are interested in applying the AS7265X sensors.
The company that makes the sensor devices has a compelling demonstration for analysis use cases: Tricorder demo