[CentralOH] Watchy: An Open Hardware Smart Watch

Joshua Kramer joskra42.list at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 18:28:05 EST 2021

There are a number of watches like that, though I'm not sure how many
of them run MicroPython.  I have this one:

On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 5:41 PM Andrew Kubera <andrewkubera at gmail.com> wrote:
> Those of you who have been going to the dojos for the past few months have probably seen me messing
> around with my ESP32 board as I learn MicroPython; I have to say, it's been pretty fun.
> I recently came across the project Watchy, on the eletronics-crowdfunding site crowdsupply (https://www.crowdsupply.com/sqfmi/watchy).
> It pairs an e-ink display, ESP32, and battery in a wristwatch form for about $50.
> It's projected to be released at the start of the summer (so that probably means next winter?).
> They're keeping all designs and source code open (https://github.com/sqfmi/Watchy).
> Software written in C++ not MicroPython, but I'm sure with enough creativity, this is correctable ;-).
> I'm in for one, and thought some of you might also be interested in a hackable smart-watch where you can
> control your data (and every other feature). It'd be fun to hack on these together at meetings.
> - Andrew
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