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From the Adafruit Forums: Integrated Sensors Electronic Bracer

Just after finishing up her Star Trek thermostat, Adafruit customer Stephanie has posted her latest project to our forums.

A comfortable wrist-worn leather bracer, that provides: time & date, compass heading, Exposure Value for photography, positional data, walking tracker (distance, time, average speed), galvanic skin response data, local temperature and humidity data, “alarm-clock” functions (alarm by time or countdown seconds alarm), and simple illumination / flashlight functionality.

The ISEB6 is powered by a small / lightweight Lithium-Polymer battery, running up to 48 hours usage on a single charge, and with a simple & fast on-board recharging system.

The ISEB6 uses a bunch of Adafruit components, including the TSL2561 digital luminosity / lux / light sensor, Ultimate GPS Module, and Monochrome 128×64 OLED graphic display.  Keep these great projects coming, Stephanie!


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