This is a python (and probably at some point C) based development library for the Nike Fuelband. It reads data off the band, as well as retreiving or setting information stored on the band.
Source repo @ http://www.github.com/qdot/libfuelband
Library Requirements (For Compilation)
Python 2.7 - http://www.python.org
Notes on Compilation and Usage
Only works on linux right now and I’m using hidraw because it’s easy. So there.
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