And now, aspiring perception hackers can build apps using the Neosensory Software Development Kit (SDK) for Android. Create a new sensory expanding application by sending your own custom data streams to Buzz (our wristband that converts sound from the environment to patterns of vibration on the wrist) from an Android smartphone.
While Android™ has a slightly steeper learning curve than working in Arduino, once you have the basics down, the Neosensory SDK for Android is a breeze to work with. It opens up an infinitely deep world of possibilities without the need for additional hardware.
Have an idea for building a sensory substitution project using Buzz and Arduino… but don’t know where to start? Here’s an example project for you to get started with our Neosensory Arduino Bluefruit SDK. With this SDK you can send any data stream you can gather via a sensor on an Arduino to your Buzz. Continue reading “Neosensory Arduino SDK example project”
Want to build an amazing sensory substitution project using Buzz and an Arduino development board? Here’s everything you need to know about our Neosensory Arduino Bluefruit Software Development Kit (SDK). With this SDK you can send any data stream from an Arduino to your Buzz. Use this to build a new sense. By continuously feelingContinue reading “Neosensory Arduino SDK”