3asyMac wrote:I am working on a side project. I am a senior undergrad Engineering student. I need a little help. I have a wireless heart rate monitor that tells my watch what my heart rate is. I want to intercept the signal and using a program I want to play music on my smartphone based on my heart rate. Translating my hearts BPM to an appropriate song BPM. I do not want to render my watch, monitor, or phone unusable. I just want to adapt my phone and make any homebrew antenna/hardware necessary to make this work. My big issues is with the hand shake procedure between the monitor and the watch, the kind of signal it is for the external antenna/hardware, and the micro or mini usb procedure of my android device.
3asyMac wrote:Everyone - My programming knowledge is adequate in my opinion however I do not know java. I do know c++, assembly, and VB. Is java really necessary or is c++/c# compatible with android? If not, any recommendations on an online java coding source? Does anyone know where I can find information on USB or micro/mini USB protocol? My laptop does not have blue tooth capabilities. Any suggestions for that particular hurdle?
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