This all runs on your local machine (or indeed across the web if latency isn’t an issue). Once you have this running there is plenty of scope for creativity; use the heart rate data to drive a visualisation or crowdsource positional data using accelerometer and gyroscope to create a collaborative artwork. Instructions for setting up are at the readme here https://github.com/peted70/BandServerApp
Mike published a test visualisation here
Yesterday, experimenting with realtime #dataviz of MS Band BPM in Processing via WebSockets. https://t.co/ep7ygzAAk7 pic.twitter.com/438UVvS4td
— Mike Brondbjerg (@mikebrondbjerg) March 8, 2016
Don’t worry if you have no band available for dev – use the Fake Band instead.
Github project is here https://github.com/peted70/BandServerApp
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