MeetAndroid - modified version of MeetAndroid. See amarino-toolkit.net
There are two commands recognized right now:
** t(10-digit unix time)^S - set the time and date. You can use expr
date +"%s" - 3600 * 5 to generate the date for your locale (update the
number of seconds subtracted for your time zone).
** x(message)^S - send message to the watch. It will vibrate the motor for .5 sec
Time - Modified version of the Time library to work with a 32kHz crystal to keep time
ardwatch - the watch code itself
motor.pdf - subcircuit for the motor control
testscreen - display the time and date on the screen
ttimer2 - test sketch for timer2 with crystal
Still working on getting Bluetooth working. It does blink but isn't always discoverable.
Also, just to dash your hopes to the ground early, it doesn't work with iOS, and may never. The problem is iOS restricts the use of the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile, so if you're not jailbroken you can't use it.