A wearable that allows the user to get to a location by using the lights in the watch to direct you as you walk. The case was 3D modeled and printed and the electronic part was all assembled from zero and programmed in Arduino IDE.
Render - case's bottom
Render - case's top
The wearable allows the user to get to a location by using the lights in the watch to direct you as you walk. All the behavior of the lights happen by using a GPS Module and an Accelerometer. The GPS Module connects to satellites allowing the wearable to know your exact location on earth and the accelerometer allows the Flora board to know in what direction you’re moving your arm and walking towards to.
The case it’s 3D printed to make a home for the circuit and everything in it it’s independent from the computer, so you can walk around the streets with the watch normally. The 3D model was made in Fusion 360, exported to MeshMixer to convert to a STL file and allowing it to be printed in a 3D printer.