Notch Motion Sensors
Notches are small devices that can form a wireless sensor network of 2 and more nodes. Each module is equipped with 3 high-accuracy MEMS sensors, including an accelerometer, a gyroscope, and a compass. Onboard memory allows to motion capture without a constant smartphone connection. Notches use Bluetooth Low Energy to communicate with the smartphone.
Notch devices have a shape of a truncated triangle also known as a ditrigon. Notches are slightly bigger than a standard SD card, slightly thicker than four stacked US 25 cent coins and are about the same weight as a US dollar coin.
Notches use BLE (Bluetooth Low-Energy) to communicate with the target smartphone. Notches also form a proprietary, wireless sensor-network to synchronize between devices and for internal communication.
Notches run on rechargeable, Li-Po batteries. It takes about 1 hour to charge your devices under sufficient power (>500mAh). During charging, the notch blinks green - when the battery is close to full, the device shines green. We recommend unplugging the dock after more than 2 hours of charging.
|Active Mode||6+ hours|
|Passive Mode||300+ hours|
|Charging Time||1 hour|
Notch dock is used as a container for the notch devices, keeping them safe while traveling. Notch dock can hosts up to 6 Notch devices. The Dock is powered via standard mini-USB cable.
Straps allow wearing notches on designated locations of the human body while maintaining comfort and low profile. The straps are backed with skin-friendly silicone to prevent slipping.
|Short||Right Thigh, Left Thigh|