PennApps 2014

Project Details

Heartless Ninja is a new take on biometric wearables, by tracking the weight of an entire body at the soles of your feet. We combined a few of the wearable technologies available through the LilyPad Arduino for detection, and after jumping through a few communication hoops, present to our users through the Pebble Watch. Three Force Sensitive Resistors (FSR) are positioned to highlight common foot pain points. Web logisitics are able to interrupt the data and push the calculated values onto a Android Service. This android service, with Bluetooth capabilities, has the ability to transmit the resistance values from the FSRs to the PebbleWatch.

Our goal is to create a game environment where challengers to travel to the desired destination with being 'light on their feet'. Everyone, but especially highly athletic professionals could use this game as a training tool as well.

  • Hack Type: Hardware
  • Tasks: Concept, Design & Development
Knoweldge: Force Sensitive Resistors • Bluetooth • Arduino • Soldering • Pebble Watch • Android
Tools: Eclipse • Soldering Station • StitchFest Prototypes • Sublime Text • Cloud Pebble Developers
Team: Jakub Dworakowski, Jai Krishnan & Jonathon Cai

The Team

3 random individuals - one solid team after 36 hours.

KARTTHIK KUMARASAMY

Electrical & Software Engineer

Electrical design with Force Sensitive Resistors. Programmed Pebble Watch.

JAKUB DWORAKOWSKI

Software Engineer

Programmed Android code and created a lobby for multiple gamers to play against each other

JAI KRISHNAN

Electrical Engineer

Soldered and configured Bluetooth Protocols

JONATHON CAI

Software Engineer

Implemented Android App for Communicating with Arduino to Pebble Watch