The new sensor from Abbott works via Bluetooth, so real-time monitoring would probably be easy to implement - is there anything planned here?
This would be amazing!
I am also despertly searching for a solution for showing Glucose Data from Libre 3 on my Garmin Venu. I am Not an expert. As fare i could research, nightscout, github, monobg ... workarounds are not needed, and actually cost monthly since last november. Xdrip+ schould be enough reading librelink..?
It would be so helpfull to have the even 5min gap Monitoring at my Garmin Venu. Is there a updated Tutorial/Link...?
You could use xDrip+ with "Web Follower" as data source.
But this is not really a good solution because the data sent from the Libre 3 App sometimes is delayed as well as the data presented by the Libre View servers. Additionally the 5min Garmin update interval is not helping either. So you sometimes have a data gap of 5 - 30 minutes, which is unacceptable.
A better solution would be an official implementation or at least if the Freestyle App would offer the readings to xDrip+ via notifications or an API. In this case you would have current and steady readings on your watch.
As I understand the Libre 3 sensor - only one monitor can connect to a given glucose sensor. For example, when I smack the sensor onto the back of my arm, either my phone with an app can connect or the dedicated monitor can connect but not both. So I think the clearest path to success construction of such an app is to either access data slowly like Libre link up or to see if the data capture in Apple health data can be sourced. The system would somehow make it into Garmin connect ….
any Garmin developers here?
I can jump in and build if I have some advice