PwC surveyed 1,000 US consumers across demographic lines for the reports, asking questions about wearable use and adoption, their willingness to use different devices in different contexts, and their concerns about wearable technology.
Adoption of some kind of wearable technology is at about 21 percent, according to the survey — the same percent that owned a tablet in 2012. Of those who own a wearable device, 2 percent no longer wear it, 2 percent wear it a few times a month, 7 percent wear it a few times a week, and 10 percent wear it every day.
I have a Basis B1 I’d like to create some custom apps for, based on real-time data collected by the watch. It has a good number of hardware sensors in it and Bluetooth connectivity, but the data is not yet accessible for real-time applications. There is no officially published API or SDK yet.
Currently, the B1 watch syncs its stored data directly to the My Basis website (via USB cable) or to your mobile phone (via Bluetooth). Currently, it is possible to pull data from the website in daily increments. I’d like to pull data directly from the watch -- in real-time, multiple increments, via Bluetooth, and without using the Basis mobile app.
Retrieves data directly from the Basis B1, via Bluetooth connection
Uses a script to “pull” data directly from the watch as often as desired
Data can be pulled in various increments (e.g. “last 3 seconds”, “last minute”, “last hour”, etc.)
Output can be presented within a simple CSV file
If it's coded in Python, that's a plus (preferred) but not required.