HealthClock is a clock widget on Samsung Gear 2 smart watch. It shows both the time and health data on the same screen.
The upper left corner shows the number of steps taken. The number on the top shows the number of steps in the last 24 hours. The one on the bottom shows the number of steps in the last hour and the one in the middle shows number of steps since recording began. You can start and stop recording by pressing the text near the cake corner. The cake corner shows the number of calories burned. The number on the top is calories burned in the last 24 hours. The number on the bottom shows calories burned in the last hour and the number in the middle shows calories burned since recording began.
The corner up on the right shows the distance you walk. The same way the number on the top is last 24 hours, the number on the bottom of that corner is kilometers in the last hour and the one in the middle is the distance since recording began.
The lower left corner shows the speed. The number on the top of that corner shows minimum speed and the number on the bottom shows the maximum speed. And the number on the middle shows current speed.
In the middle of the clock widget you see a heart figure. By clicking on it you can begin measuring your heart rate. The current measured value is then shown in the middle. The minimum value measured is shown on top and the highest value on the bottom. Clicking on it again stops the heart rate measurement. This operation is battery heavy All the recorded values, speed values and heart rate values can be reset by pressing the C on the upper right corner.
HelthClock is a context aware clock in a way that the corners are red if you have not moved in the last hour. And it even vibrates if you do not move in the last 1-2 hours. If you move the corners turn green. The background color is dependent on how much you walk in the last 24 hours. It is red if you walk less than a 1000 steps in the last 24 hours. And gradually gets lighter green color if you walk more. At 10.000 steps a day it gets greenest.
On the next versions of the app I plan to make following changes:
- A settings page to control vibration time if you not move. If you do not want it to vibrate when you are sleeping for example.
- Graphical representation of the data gathered. 24H steps graph, last heart rate measurement values graph, etc.
- A wake-up alarm setting functionality.
- A digital clock as well.