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Dstike V1 watch
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Dstike V1 watch

by josephchrzempiec on Sun Jan 24, 2021 2:50 am

Hello i have a Dstike watch i got from ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/383846316645. It works and all but its very hard to program for me that is. My skills are in hardware not really software but I'm trying. The watch only contains a esp8266mod and a 1.3" oled looks like it's using a SH1106 library. I have look for one online and found this one https://github.com/wonho-maker/Adafruit_SH1106. It looks like it was based off of adafruit library. But i can not confirm it.

i have tired it and i can not get it to work. I went into the Issues area and posted a problem for a delay problem. I found out the delay is for AVR not a 32bit micro processor. I can not find something that works for the Esp8266 and this display. i know this is not a dafruit product. Can someone please help me?


Joseph

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Re: Dstike V1 watch

by josephchrzempiec on Mon Jan 25, 2021 2:03 am

Hello i still can not figure this out. And why i do not get nothing on the screen. I'm posting a code below for this.

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#include <TimeLib.h>
#include <Wire.h> 
#include "SH1106Wire.h"

SH1106Wire display(0x3c, D7, D5);  // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL
//SSD1306Wire  display(0x3c, D7, D5);
// Include the UI lib
#include "OLEDDisplayUi.h"

// Include custom images
#include "images.h"

// Use the corresponding display class:

// Initialize the OLED display using SPI
// D5 -> CLK
// D7 -> MOSI (DOUT)
// D0 -> RES
// D2 -> DC
// D8 -> CS
// SSD1306Spi        display(D0, D2, D8);
// or
// SH1106Spi         display(D0, D2);

// Initialize the OLED display using brzo_i2c
// D3 -> SDA
// D5 -> SCL
// SSD1306Brzo display(0x3c, D3, D5);
// or
// SH1106Brzo  display(0x3c, D3, D5);

// Initialize the OLED display using Wire library
//
//SSD1306Wire  display(0x3c, D3, D5);
// SH1106 display(0x3c, D3, D5);

OLEDDisplayUi ui ( &display );

int screenW = 128;
int screenH = 64;
int clockCenterX = screenW/2;
int clockCenterY = ((screenH-16)/2)+16;   // top yellow part is 16 px height
int clockRadius = 23;

// utility function for digital clock display: prints leading 0
String twoDigits(int digits){
  if(digits < 10) {
    String i = '0'+String(digits);
    return i;
  }
  else {
    return String(digits);
  }
}

void clockOverlay(OLEDDisplay *display, OLEDDisplayUiState* state) {

}

void analogClockFrame(OLEDDisplay *display, OLEDDisplayUiState* state, int16_t x, int16_t y) {
//  ui.disableIndicator();

  // Draw the clock face
//  display->drawCircle(clockCenterX + x, clockCenterY + y, clockRadius);
  display->drawCircle(clockCenterX + x, clockCenterY + y, 2);
  //
  //hour ticks
  for( int z=0; z < 360;z= z + 30 ){
  //Begin at 0° and stop at 360°
    float angle = z ;
    angle = ( angle / 57.29577951 ) ; //Convert degrees to radians
    int x2 = ( clockCenterX + ( sin(angle) * clockRadius ) );
    int y2 = ( clockCenterY - ( cos(angle) * clockRadius ) );
    int x3 = ( clockCenterX + ( sin(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 8 ) ) ) );
    int y3 = ( clockCenterY - ( cos(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 8 ) ) ) );
    display->drawLine( x2 + x , y2 + y , x3 + x , y3 + y);
  }

  // display second hand
  float angle = second() * 6 ;
  angle = ( angle / 57.29577951 ) ; //Convert degrees to radians
  int x3 = ( clockCenterX + ( sin(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 5 ) ) ) );
  int y3 = ( clockCenterY - ( cos(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 5 ) ) ) );
  display->drawLine( clockCenterX + x , clockCenterY + y , x3 + x , y3 + y);
  //
  // display minute hand
  angle = minute() * 6 ;
  angle = ( angle / 57.29577951 ) ; //Convert degrees to radians
  x3 = ( clockCenterX + ( sin(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 4 ) ) ) );
  y3 = ( clockCenterY - ( cos(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 4 ) ) ) );
  display->drawLine( clockCenterX + x , clockCenterY + y , x3 + x , y3 + y);
  //
  // display hour hand
  angle = hour() * 30 + int( ( minute() / 12 ) * 6 )   ;
  angle = ( angle / 57.29577951 ) ; //Convert degrees to radians
  x3 = ( clockCenterX + ( sin(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 2 ) ) ) );
  y3 = ( clockCenterY - ( cos(angle) * ( clockRadius - ( clockRadius / 2 ) ) ) );
  display->drawLine( clockCenterX + x , clockCenterY + y , x3 + x , y3 + y);
}

void digitalClockFrame(OLEDDisplay *display, OLEDDisplayUiState* state, int16_t x, int16_t y) {
  String timenow = String(hour())+":"+twoDigits(minute())+":"+twoDigits(second());
  display->setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER);
  display->setFont(ArialMT_Plain_24);
  display->drawString(clockCenterX + x , clockCenterY + y, timenow );
}

// This array keeps function pointers to all frames
// frames are the single views that slide in
FrameCallback frames[] = { analogClockFrame, digitalClockFrame };

// how many frames are there?
int frameCount = 2;

// Overlays are statically drawn on top of a frame eg. a clock
OverlayCallback overlays[] = { clockOverlay };
int overlaysCount = 1;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600);
  Serial.println();

   // The ESP is capable of rendering 60fps in 80Mhz mode
   // but that won't give you much time for anything else
   // run it in 160Mhz mode or just set it to 30 fps
  ui.setTargetFPS(60);

   // Customize the active and inactive symbol
  ui.setActiveSymbol(activeSymbol);
  ui.setInactiveSymbol(inactiveSymbol);

  // You can change this to
  // TOP, LEFT, BOTTOM, RIGHT
  ui.setIndicatorPosition(TOP);

  // Defines where the first frame is located in the bar.
  ui.setIndicatorDirection(LEFT_RIGHT);

  // You can change the transition that is used
  // SLIDE_LEFT, SLIDE_RIGHT, SLIDE_UP, SLIDE_DOWN
  ui.setFrameAnimation(SLIDE_LEFT);

  // Add frames
  ui.setFrames(frames, frameCount);

  // Add overlays
  ui.setOverlays(overlays, overlaysCount);

  // Initialising the UI will init the display too.
  ui.init();

  display.flipScreenVertically();

  unsigned long secsSinceStart = millis();
  // Unix time starts on Jan 1 1970. In seconds, that's 2208988800:
  const unsigned long seventyYears = 2208988800UL;
  // subtract seventy years:
  unsigned long epoch = secsSinceStart - seventyYears * SECS_PER_HOUR;
  setTime(epoch);

}


void loop() {
  int remainingTimeBudget = ui.update();

  if (remainingTimeBudget > 0) {
    // You can do some work here
    // Don't do stuff if you are below your
    // time budget.
    delay(remainingTimeBudget);

  }


}



I'm not sure what else i can do. I really need help.


Joseph

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Re: Dstike V1 watch

by mikeysklar on Tue Jan 26, 2021 3:24 pm

Joseph,

We don't sell this watch or this exact hardware, but there are some Tindie sites that link to options for programming the older esp8266 Dstrike devices.


https://github.com/SpacehuhnTech/esp8266_deauther

I went with the LilyGo which is ESP32 based supports micropython and has some solid docs. The newer Dstrike models (ESP32) have similar support.

https://github.com/Xinyuan-LilyGO/TTGO_TWatch_Library
https://www.tindie.com/products/ttgo/li ... o-t-watch/

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