Tensor Flow and phone applications

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  • So there are a couple apps that focus on TFL and sending the information to a computer, but what would it take to connect this to Android/iOS thru, say, IFFTT or some other application? It's beyond my knowledge level, but I believe the question is worth asking, and would take the potential of Bangle.js to an entire new level. Thoughts?

  • I guess the obvious thing might be to use the Bluetooth HID functionality to emulate a keyboard and send keypresses for a gesture? This is already done in https://banglejs.com/apps/#hidkbd as well.

    I'd have thought there would be a way to do something with IFTTT when a key is pressed on the phone?

    Otherwise if you have an old phone that you can just leave around then you could use this code: http://www.espruino.com/BLE+IFTTT

    There are even other Bluetooth options now as well (involving scanning) that don't even require an active connection

  • I've attempted to utilize the HID Keyboard without any results in the past, and assumed it was a bug that would be worked out. I'll try again.

    I'm still rather interested in using TFL to do some simple scrolling, power point control, or open apps as a way to expand how users can interact with the UI of the phone. (ie. Up Up = scroll up, left = next slide, etc.)

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Tensor Flow and phone applications

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