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There are two version depending on the operating voltage(3.3v/5v).And I used a 3.3v version, because the bluetooth and display that are connected with the board support 3.3v and the board goes well with the 3.7v Li Po battery.This text explains about modules, blueprints, how to install and use the Arduino and the Android source codes step by step. This guide shows most easy way to make Retro Watch!!Release note Updated (20) : Retro Watch supports u8glib. https://youtu.be/01Ld2wz YHKo Retro Watch is a simple system that is used a hardware platform called Arduino, which is intended for artists, designers, and hobbyst, and an Android app. Imagine a very small computer that you can wear on your wrist.For users who don’t use Android v.4.3 yet, the app without this function is released also.You can download the sources at Git Hub, or download the app from Google Play Store.Now you can use various kind of OLED(or else) as you want and it consumes less memory(RAM). Arduino board is a micro-processor and a storage, and there’s only one input method : a button.Bluetooth is to communicate with other devices, and the battery would be necessary for power.
In this case, backup and delete Robot_xxx libraries from arduino library folder.)WARNING: If you are using an OLED with SH1106 driver, use Adafruit_SH1106 driver at below link.You can easily find this mood in this link, there are tons of smart watches.But here is a simple way to evaluate smart watch’s future on your own. With Arduino micro-processor and Android, I made a simple smart watch and named it “Retro Watch“. Retro Watch is an open source project to let you make a smart watch based on Arduino and Android.I’d given lots of thoughts, then I chose -.96’’ OLED Display. Battery I use Li Po(Lithum-Polymer) battery in this project.There are various sizes of the displays(0.96’’, 1.3’’, etc), it works on low-power, English font and the image out available, and it supports I2C, SPI, which makes easy to connect with Arduino. I used an 128×64 OLED which is using I2C and SSD1306 driver chip. 1-cell Li Po battery flows out current in 3.7v, which works perfectly with Arduino Pro mini, and there are many kind of batteries in terms of the size and the capacity.