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(Complete list of all blog entries in this series) (Update: I added a second screen shot and data about current consumption that I forgot in the first version. It was quite late yesterday...) Since this design challenge is now  nearly finished, its about time to show what came out of all my work. There will be a second entry today outlining what can (and needs) to be improved further on - but this has a little bit more time since the next skiing season is still some months away. And its q ...
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The (Actual) Final Entry

Posted by quisss May 7, 2015
I know I said my last post was the final one, but I decided to write one more summarizing some of the decisions I made, and what makes the Real Time Coach Athlete Monitoring System so great.   The first critical decision that I made was to make this work with a large number of athletes rather than just one. This was largely due to the fact that while some sports are individual, many of them consist of a team with a number of athletes that each need to be monitored. This was something that ...
Title: Total Player Monitoring By: Md. Kamrul Hussain Project Category: Design Challenge Project Name: Sudden Impact Wearables Design Challenge Blog post: 09   Intro: It's an update on the temperature sensor ADT7320. It's a part of the module 04 [central hub]. This sensor will be placed on the back of the wrist and will be mounted along with the central hub. In this blog post I'll demonstrate the outputs of the sensor with different configuration and simulate a visual indication of crossing ...
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The Final Entry

Posted by quisss May 7, 2015
It has been a long run, but this will be the final blog post for Real Time Coach, and it's going to be a long one.   First the hardware had to be assembled. As you can see in the pictures below, there is an arduino board with a wireless shield running the entire unit, with the heart rate monitor providing the amplified heart beat waveform. There is also an accelerometer which you can see in the second picture, attached to the multicolored jumper cables. I unfortunately ran out of time to a ...