Just released a minor update (1.3.2) with changes for a few of ya:
@Gwinntanamo Plotting battery voltage on the chart is now available in settings.
@JasonW33 metric units are available in settings.
@ventoriffic Will shoot to get shape mode control in the next round.
Re: Handsfree control: I also wonder if a heel / toe tap pattern would be neat for certain controls. Could also add Siri commands but I think they have to be kinda clunky like "Change shaping to Uphill with FloatDeck"
Wow awesome feedback everybody, feeling grateful. I just released a new version (1.3) to address some of your feedback and will get to the requests I didn’t hit for the next version.
@pb_mvg audio alert ducking is now an option you can toggle in settings.
@Gwinntanamo Ok so extremely interested in your mysterious charging solution but I suppose they'll be a thread for that when you're ready :) Today’s update has the distance reports, and I'm working on battery voltage, saved rides, smoothed curves, and possibly GPS/elevation for the next round.
@Gadgetrider I hear ya, just want to get the basics nailed before duplicating the effort for Android. Once I do that it's gonna slow the rate I can make changes so hope you understand! I'm a long time Android user too and definitely want to do it right.
@Dmonicle Oh man of course! Added this into 1.3.
@IanJohnson Scaling and scrolling the x-axis is available now, thanks for the feedback! I think the current version should prevent alerts from being cut off mid-sentence, but could definitely be a bug. If you could try again after updating to 1.3 and let me know the exact series of events as best you can remember I'll take a little extra time trying to reproduce that here. P.S: What's this helmet?
@pat_hurley I want to, just don’t have access to a V1 to test against. I’ll contact FM and try to get some info.
@pb_mvg Good to hear! I can definitely have the audio alerts "duck" the currently playing audio. That introduces a slight delay that I thought could be problematic for some alert types (like "Feet off", which you have ~0.5 seconds to correct before the board shuts off), but I'll shoot to add a setting or make it always-on for non-critical alerts like battery and speed. Will include this in the 1.3 update.
Hey all - I’m working on a handsfree alerts + “blackbox” data recorder app that I’d love feedback on. The current prototype is for OW+ and iOS 10+.
Goals are to remove the need to whip out your phone while riding and to eventually create an online database of nosedives / board problems to help us all better understand the board.
Right now you get alerts for crossing speed and battery benchmarks (speed alert interval decreases with speed, battery alerts every 5% until you get below 10%, then every 1%), as well as when your heel / toe is off sensor for over 1.5s, or if both heel and toe come off while in motion (board shutoff seems to occur 0.5s after this event).
Note that only one App can interact with your OW+ at once, so force quit / swipe the one you aren’t using.
Thanks a ton!
@pb_mvg Definitely interested in making an Android version too, just happen to have an iPhone at the moment so I started there.
@wrede66 Just submitted an update to the app store to lower the iOS version requirement to 10. Hopefully it'll get approved sometime Monday 1/22.
@wrede66 I’m working on this concept and have a very rough prototype on the iOS App Store now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/float-deck/id1332503706?mt=8
Would really dig any feedback!
Awesome, a patent with some actual information. I noticed poking around the OW+'s Bluetooth Low Energy API that it reports a live "Safety Headroom" value between 0-100. I'm working on a handsfree iOS app now to allow you to monitor that, battery, speed, foot sensor status etc. via an earbud and would really appreciate anybody who could help test. Send me a DM with your email and I'll add you to the beta group. Will announce more generally when it's a little more polished.
Or if you're a developer type, build it yourself here: https://github.com/OnlyInAmerica/OneWheelMonitor
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