30 Days of inPulse Faces


NYC Resistor’s Trammell Hudson is designing an inPulse interface a day for 30 days.

Inspired by Ranjit’s instrument-a-day, I’m writing a new wrist watch face every day for my programmable inPulse watch. The full sources are posted online for others to build on.

Day 1 was a fixed point 3D rendering engine with a rotating Utah Teapot, day 2 was a rolling odometer or aviation altitude ticker display and day 3 is a 24-hour analog clock. This last one still needs some work.


4 thoughts on “30 Days of inPulse Faces

  1. eliotphillips says:

    Compilation requires you to upload to their cloud compiler. Their terms say they own everything you upload.

    1. Trammell Hudson says:

      That has been fixed — if you look at the bitbucket tree for my project you can see that it is all local compilation of the .c files now using arm-none-eabi-gcc.

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