tl;dr: arm swing is noise compared to accuracy of GPS
Is there a GPS watch that somehow accounts for this to produce more accurate data?
No, there is not.
The reason is among others that to get that level of accuracy for GPS requires significantly more than the GPS locator can provide.
The U.S. government is committed to providing GPS to the civilian ...
Whilst most people I know have the ubiquitous Fitbit, I have heard good things about the Microsoft Band. It is meant to have a few more features, although it is, unfortunately, lacking the Leaderboard community aspect. It is however compatible with Android, as is the Fitbit.
If money is no object, then why not go for an Apple Watch, whose features seem ...
It doesn't look like theres a consumer version out yet, but Sony SmartEyeglass looks promising.
Has a better design than Google Glass (In my opinion)
Has a SDK (Can't comment on whether it's "good" or not, as I never used it)
Built-in 3MP camera
Not 100% sure about integration with mobile apps, but it does say that it supports devices running Android 4.4 ...
After hours of searching online I found a device I'm going to give a shot. Withings Pulse HR seems to match the functionality expectations. Feels a bit pricy for the quality (based on the reviews), however.
The Pebble 2 HR is the watch you are looking for! I had the Pebble Time for a year and it lasted over a week on a single charge. The Time does not have heart rate, however, so if you want heart rate, get the Pebble 2 HR. It sends notifications from Android and iOS, counts your steps, and much more. The only reason I got rid of it was because I got an Apple ...
The Pebble 2 HR is the watch you are looking for! I had the Pebble Time for a year and it lasted over a week on a single charge. The Time does not have heart rate, however, so if you want heart rate, get the Pebble 2 HR. It sends notifications from Android and iOS, counts your steps, and much more. The only reason I got rid of it was because I got an ...
I doubt that you will find such gloves (please, post here if you do).
On the other hand (see what I did there?) programmable wristbands go for about $18, with BLE, but I am not sure if that would get you the accuracy that you want.
But, wait, that is based on the EPS32, which generally has an accelerometer and 6 axis motion sensor. If the LilyGo does to, ...
You could also consider custom-molded in-ears. As they’re precisely fitted for your ears alone, not only they block out noise more effectively, they can also be extremely comfortable.
If you’re okay with deep insertion in-ears, you could check out the Etymotic ER4 as well. Or, consider foam eartips for your earphones.
Long range Passive RFID will cost you around $45 so forget about it..
Cameras to follow employee! science fiction, we are not ready for it yet..
GPS will not work perfectly inside buildings..
But there is a small idea for you and more simple!
I worked on AP devices from company called ubiquiti, These AP have the ability to work as a mesh network, ...
$14.95 will get you this:
It has a plug & play Grove connector, so you can easily add on GPS for a further $12.
If you can live without GPS, or can solder, then I also recommend LilyGo.
They have a slim wristband, like an activity tracker for about $20:
and a wristwatch with a larger screen for about $25:
All three of these are ESP32 based, so have ...
You could probably find a used Samsung Gear S2 in great condition for around $45 to $75, I know I have.
Take a look at Craigslist or your local similar sites.
The Samsung Gear S2 is a great watch that is programmable through Samsung Developers and has a lot of downloadable apps and watch faces to choose from.
Yeah, it is very opinion based... at the end of the day, it is your decision. I have a Motorola Moto Watch 2nd Gen, the starting price is £239ish. I like watches with a circular display, so I chose this watch. At that time, the Huawei watch was a bit more costly. Despite the 'flat tire' display of the Moto Watch (the black bit at the bottom of the display) I ...