Phone Pi+ Sensor Streamer 1.0 APK
- Version: 1.0
- Requires: Android 4.1+
- Package Name: com.phonepiplus
- Developer: Priyankar Kumar
- Updated: May 07, 2018
- Price: Paid
- Rate 2.70 stars – based on 3 reviews
We provide Phone Pi+ Sensor Streamer 1.0 APK file for Android 4.1+ and up.
Phone Pi+ Sensor Streamer is a free Tools app.
It's easy to download and install to your mobile phone.
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Usage Details: https://github.com/priyankark/PhonePi_SampleServer
(Please download the server from the above link and follow instructions in the README or follow instructions as outlined below)
PhonePi+ allows you to stream real-time data from sensors on your phone: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Orientation, Step Counter, Thermometer, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor and Geolocation (Subject to availability on your device) to a WebSockets supporting server on your RaspberryPi which is made available for free with the app.
You can choose to build your own server to get the data or clone and use the server at https://github.com/priyankark/PhonePi_SampleServer
Assuming you are using the sample server:
Ensure that your RaspberryPi and phone are on the same network. Note the IP address of your RaspberryPi. Run the server on your Raspi (Steps are in the repository's README.md)
The ip address in the app needs to be entered in the format:
Enter update time for the required sensors that is the duration after which the data must be re-read and hit the switch. To disable, simply turn the switch off.
Multiple sensor data can be read at once (subject to the availability of the sensors on your device). This project makes use of WebSockets for the transfer of data. The server writes the data into a txt file but one can modify the server code to do whatever python allows them to :)