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Raspberry Pi Health Dashboard Works w/ Fitbit & Apple Health

Your personal health dashboard using a Raspberry Pi, controlled by your iPhone. No coding required.

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Raspberry Pi Health Dashboard Works w/ Fitbit & Apple Health

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Requires SD Card 16GB, Power Adaptor, HDMI cable. No Keyboard or mouse required. Also works with model Raspberry Pi Model 3B+
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iPhone
Apple iPhone
Required to connect your Pi to wifi and choose and configure your screen layout and health widgets.
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Generic HDMI 10 inch display
You can replace with any other size HDMI screen that works natively with Raspberry Pi
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PIR Motion Sensor (generic)
PIR Motion Sensor (generic)
Optional- if you want the display to turn on and off only when there is motion detected (see schematics for connection)
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Software apps and online services

Mango Mirror iOS App
MangOS
This software needs to be dowloaded onto the SD Card using Etcher, link below.
Etcher
This is only required to flash the MangOS image to SD card

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Schematics

PIR Motion sensor wiring

The wiring details for attaching a motion sensor

Credits

Dave

Dave

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