Sensor Watch is a board replacement for the classic Casio F-91W wristwatch invented by Joey Castillo at Oddly Specific Objects. It is powered by a Microchip SAM L22 microcontroller with built-in segment LCD controller. Sensor Watch ships with a build of the Movement community firmware that manages the display of different screens of content on the watch. These screens are called watch faces. They can be passive displays of information like a clock or a calendar, or they can be fully interactive user interfaces like the Preferences face, which allows the user to customize Movement’s behavior.
I contributed the following watch faces to the project:
- PLANETARY HOURS Displays the next planetary hours and their rulers
- PLANETARY TIME Displays the current planetary time together with their ruler
- DUAL TIMER dual chronograph for timing two simultaneous events