The purpose of this application is to demonstrate how to develop Unity 3D plugin for BlackBerry 10 that works with the standard Heart Rate Service (overview available here) as specified by the Bluetooth SIG enabling it to interwork with any Bluetooth Smart device that implements this profile.
The sample code for this application is Open Source under the Apache 2.0 License.
- V1.0.0 - Initial release
- BlackBerry 10 Device Software 10.2.0
- Unity 3D version 4.2 or greater development environment supporting BlackBerry 10.
Thanks must go to the authors of two very useful C# Unity community components: SimpleJSON written by @Bunny83; and, ComboBox Created by Eric Haines and extended by Hyungseok Seo (see LICENSE file for details).
How to Build BtHrmPlugin
Simply import the project into a workspace in your NDK. This will allow you to build the shared library plugin libBtHrmPlugin.so.
A example Unity application (packaged as an importable UnityPackage) that uses this plugin can be found here /Unity/HRM-Plugin-Example/Assets/BtHrmPlugin.unitypackage in the project.
After building the plugin the shared library file libBtHrmPlugin.so should be copied to the path /Assets/Plugins/BlackBerry/libBtHrmPlugin.so in the Unity project.
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