These guys are tiny and cheap.
I'd like to have the option to use one as a display for an Arduino project.
My intention is to install the drivers on my Windows 10 machine and connect some sort of USB data logger between the computer and the badge to record the protocol and data transmissions in both directions.
I plan on logging several different configurations and analyze the data to determine the portion that is the display data and the configuration thereof.
Then, to build a simulation of the protocol using an Arduino.
I know it will be a slow and tedious process, but it should be a great learning experience and hopefully net me a neat display and a library that I can share.
So my long winded question is what would be a suitable logger for that USB 2 data as I cannot find one?
Secondary question, is there a better/different way that will achieve the same goal? I was thinking just pop it open and extract the screen, but it's most certainly a single board configuration.
Full disclosure to avoid an X-Y problem.