I am a software developer but I've never developed for a wearable device before, such as Mi Band.
I have a Mi Band 3 and I was thinking about developing an app/functionality that allows users to keep track of how many beers/drinks they have on a night. This could prevent people to lose control and specially to avoid drunk driving.
The idea behind it would be to use movement sensors along with machine learning to identify drinking patterns and allow users to stablish a limit of beers. This way users could set an alarm system to alert them when they reach the limit.
Would that be possible with Mi band sensors? Because I know it can identify when you raise your arm. (Of course we would have to use it on the same hand as we hold a drink).
Thanks in advance for any response.
I thik so, mission impossible. Mi Band must know how to cut off the hand, only this function help =D
@taras3333 electric shock via its heart sensors, so user drops the pitcher? :beer: But I guess the question was less on the action, but more on measurement.
I can understand if it's not possible guys, but can you least tell me why? I mean in a technical point of view.
@r.ccm what you get from the band is not raw accelerator data but data which is processed and contains only steps.
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