Clip communicates with all the other devices via Bluetooth Smart (also known as Bluetooth Low Energy). If you know a bit about the Bluetooth Smart, you may want to know that Clip is set as Server in Peripheral mode, so that all the standard devices (i.e. smartphones, laptops, smartwatches) can connect to it in order to gather information such as the gesture performed, the status, the battery level and much more.
It embeds several GATT Services, each one dedicated to a specific function:
Thanks to our SDK, if you are a developer you can create content that interacts with Clip and assign awesome custom functionalities to each gesture inside your own software
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For those who like figures, here you can find a table with some details about the technical aspects of Clip.
|Dimensions||Length - Width - Thickness 5.8 mm x 2.1 mm x 0.8 mm|
|Battery Capacity||70 mA - 50h duration (normal usage)|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Smart v4.0 - 5m LOS range|