What if car manufacturers would provide us applications to view information of our vehicles on our smartwatches? Wouldn't it be nice? Since there are a lot of apps for smartphones, it should be possible to adapt those functionalities to wearable platforms (e.g. Android Wearable). So I decided to develop such an app. What I needed: A smartwatch (Moto360) An ELM 327 WiFi adapter (to read data directly from a car) - or another OBD-2 adapter A smartphone (OnePlus One - Android 4.4) Information about the OBD-2 protocol - Click here to see all standard PIDs Ahh and don't forget: A car But first…

Do you ever wanted to control your TV with your SmartWatch? Directly after I received a Moto360 watch, I exactly thought about this. Well, to be honest, it was not my first thought. I was just looking for an idea to implement and therefore to get in touch and to learn the new ANDROID wearable SDK. Since I already developed a remote control app for my ANDROID SmartPhone, it would be a great idea to extend this application by a connection layer between my Moto360 and the TV. So the basic approach behind this is very simple: After reading through (probably) the entire references,…