Our reconstruction of the card10 badge consists of three things:
The two boards are connected via a board to board connector and then screwed together with M2 screws. The wristband is attached to back of the Fundamental Board with two clamps.
|Weight||~ 19 g|
|Size||Height (without wristband): ~8-9 mm. Width: 38 mm. Length: 45 mm|
|Display||ST7735 0.96” Full Color IPS LCD (80x160)|
|RGB LEDs||11 RGB LEDs facing up, 4 RGB LEDs facing down (SK9822-2020)|
|Wirstband GPIOs||2 GPIOs + GND + Power per side|
|Battery capacity||200 mAh (prototypes: 100-150 mAh)|
|CPU||MAX32666 (dual core Cortex-M4F at 96 MHz)|
|Flash||1 MB internal + 8 MB external|
|Sensor fusion||BHI160 (accelerometer + gyroscope + sensor fusion)|
|Environmental sensor||BME680 (temperature, rel. humidity, air pressure, air quality)|
|Pulse sensor||MAX86150 (with second ECG channel)|
|Ambient light sensor||940 nm IR LED attached to ADC|
More information to come.
The Fundamental Board is located just above the wristband; above it comes the battery, the Harmonic Board, and the display. The Harmonic Board is connected to the Fundamental Board via a board to board connector.
Several interfaces for interhacktions are included on the Fundamental Board. The travelers can be alerted to an event using the vibration motor. Screws through the ECG contacts are used both for attaching the wristband and for making contact with your skin for ECG measurements. Besides its use for interhacktions, the USB-C connector is also used for charging the battery and for updating the firmware.
A PDF version of the schematic of the Fundamental Board is available here
Fundamental Board prototype:
The Harmonic Board sits on top of the Fundamental Board. It contains most of the user interface and a few sensors.
A PDF version of the schematic of the Harmonic Board is available here
Harmonic Board prototype top side:
Harmonic Board prototype bottom side: