Open Source Nike+ Activity Application
by laird, published
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Nike+ data visualizer application, generated as a part of the MakerBot Hackathon, April 6-7, 2013.
The application reads your Nike+ exercise data and generates a Customizable Thing containing your data. You can then Customize your Thing to add your name and scale the model to the size you'd like to print. At the moment, we visualize one week of your data.
The generated Thing has STLs for printing in a single color (use the STL named 'both') and dualstrusion (merge the 'left' and 'right' STLs).
UPDATE: Source code is released on GitHub here: https://github.com/sunekaae/activity-visualizer.
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To make your own, go to http://www.thingiverse.com/apps/activity-visualizer. To access it and visualize your own Nike+ Fuel, you need to get your access token, which is done via Nike's developer site; http://developer.nike.com (click console tool and "get my access token"). You just use your normal Nike+ email/password - you don't need a special developer account.
Run the application at http://www.thingiverse.com/apps/activity-visualizer , and it'll retrieve your Nike+ data and use it to make a Customizable Thing for you. Then customize the thing to scale it to the size you like, generate the Thing, and print it!
Generates both single-color and dualstrusion.
Open Source Nike+ Activity Application by laird is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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