The interest in the one-button (@jakobeglarsen & @tblomseth) at today’s QS virtual meetup reminded me to share this little project I’ve been working on, it turns the Puck.js into a one-button tracker that’s super easy to use: Puck.js One Button Tracker
When you press the button it records
- the time when you pressed it,
- for how long you pressed it,
- the current temperature & light levels,
- the accelerometer data.
The latter might be useful to figure out if you accidentally pressed it. And when you install the one-button on the Puck.js the internal clock of it will also automatically be set to your current browser time, which makes it easy to have the correct timestamps for your button presses.
I’d love to see some more people to give it a try and experiment with it, explore use cases and maybe see how the other sensors can be useful (I already started experimenting with having it regularly logging temperature/light etc).