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RetroWatch, an open source smart watch project using Arduino and Android

Posted on Monday, February 17th, 2014 in Android, Arduino, DIY by DP

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Here is a very nice build of a DIY smart watch based on Arduino and Android by godstale. Check it out.

But here is a simple way to evaluate smart watch’s future on your own. Make it! With Arduino micro-processor and Android, I made a simple smart watch and named it “Retro Watch“. You can do this too!
Retro Watch is an open source project to let you make a smart watch based on Arduino and Android.

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