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Pulse Music Player

Hack uses the Pulse sensor to detect heartbeat in BPM transmit via BTLE to Android app and uses Spotify API to suggest music based on mood.

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The objective here is to use the @siliconlabs Sensory puck to detect someones heart rate by placing their finger on the sensor. It will be transmitted using the BTLE module and the Android app will connect to Spotify API to recommend music based on BPM range.
  • 1 × SiLabs Sensor Puck REV 2.0 Silicon Labs Sensor Puck
  • 1 × SiLabs EFM8 Universal Bee Dev Board

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wgillham wrote 06/08/2015 at 16:53 point

Hi Anil. Sorry for the hassle, but our primary Silicon Labs Twitter handle is @siliconlabs. We would love to tweet about your work here, but we want to do so to our main body of followers. Could you please just change that in the description above? Thanks.

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Anil Pattni wrote 06/09/2015 at 22:54 point

Hi Wade, Sorry for the later response, I've updated the handle for you. Let me know if everything else looks ok. Also this is an extension of my other project at:

https://hackaday.io/project/5734-wearable-band

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Sophi Kravitz wrote 06/03/2015 at 16:09 point

Can you add a tag SiLabs to this project? 

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Anil Pattni wrote 06/09/2015 at 22:46 point

Sorry for the late response Sophi, Just added the tag for you. :o)

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cody wrote 05/11/2015 at 05:31 point

This is pretty wicked. Do you think you could make the watch a little bigger and include the lcd and the game on the same board? Also how do you plan on powering it?

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Anil Pattni wrote 05/12/2015 at 09:05 point

@cody, sure lcd and game can be included on same board. on the reverse side there is a coin size battery which can last up to 3 years powering BTLE devices

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