Do not collect unneeded data. Always ask yourself if you can reduce the amount of needed data further. Avoid keeping logs.
Make sure your InterHacktions don’t encourage people to grab or otherwise uncomfortly interact with people who did not consent.
Some people are left-handed, others are right-handed. Some place a watch below the wrist, some above. When designing user interfaces, bear in mind that the display output may be rotated and buttons may be in a different position than you expect.
Consider the variability in range of motion, vision, etc. New ideas how menus can be navigated and the HERT2 can become more accessible are very welcome.
A total of 4 GPIO pins, as well as 3.3V and GND contacts are available for sewing wearable LEDs, sensors, … onto the wristband.
The pitch of the small holes between the sewable connectors fits a 2.54 mm pin header, so if you rather work with solder than thread, you can use an angled pin header to access the sewable connectors. Additional debugging pins are also available through the small contacts between the five sewable connectors on each side.
Besides the usual USB pins, we made some special contacts e.g. I2C, Uart and contacts for attaching EKG probes available on the USB-C connector. You can find more details on the USB-C page.
If the velcro lined wristband doesn’t fit your needs, you can use the holes for the sewing contacts or the EKG contacts to attach your own wristband.
the top PCB is a fairly simple 2 layer board, you can make a customized top PCB if you like. TODO: This needs the pinout of ‘the connector’ and an actual reference design of the top board.
Below an overview of ble interhacktions; for more details see the ble page