Connecting your ActiveLook glasses to your Garmin watch or bike computer will allow you to see, live, and right in your field of vision, your selected performance data.

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Installation Guide

Datafield you said ?

Datafields are 'micro applications' embedded within Garmin's native applications. They allow you to stay in the native applicative environment and keep your Garmin experience as you are used to it. The datafield operates in background and sends data to your ActiveLook glasses while your Garmin activity, or navigation, runs in foreground.

How does it work ?

  • The datafield automatically scans Bluetooth and connects to your ActiveLook glasses. It then starts pushing live data when a Garmin activity is launched.

  • Information is displayed as 'data screens', each data screen containing from 2 to 6 data, all provided by your Garmin device.

  • By default 3 data screens are available :

    • Screen n°1 : Timer + Speed + Distance

    • Screen n°2 : Pace + Heart Rate + Distance

    • Screen n°3 : Power 3" + Cadence + Elevation Gain

  • You can navigate through the data screens by waving your hand in front of the Glass gesture sensor (no navigation through the Garmin device itself).

  • You can customize your set of data screens, by picking 1 to 4 from a list of pre-defined data screens (see Datafield configuration below)

  • While datafield automatically connects to the first ActiveLook glasses found, you can force connection to a given pair of glasses (see Datafield configuration below).

  • On your Garmin device (Datafield face) the Datafield displays the glass connection status, reference of the data screen currently displayed, as well as glass battery level.

Note that datafields development frame impose strong technical limitations on the feature sets that limits the option to interact with glasses. Glass management (glass setup, sensors configuration, screen adjustment) should be done through ActiveLook companion application, downloadable here https://www.activelook.net/

The datafield starts operating as soon as any Garmin application is running (not only the Activity into which you installed it).

How to install the Datafield using your phone ?

  • Open the Garmin Connect app on your phone.

  • From the app's home screen, tap the menu button (3 dots in the lower right corner).

  • Scroll down to 'Connect IQ Store' and select

  • Search for 'ActiveLook' in the search bar at the top of the page.

  • Select 'ActiveLook Datafield'.

  • Select "Download".

  • Sync the watch in Garmin Connect to complete installing ActiveLook Datafield on the watch

The data field is now on your watch.

You still need to set up the data screens on your watch to enable it.

You can also configure the datafield screens to select the data that will be displayed in your glasses

How to install the Datafield using your computer ?

If you are unable to install ActiveLook Datafield on your watch using Garmin Connect Mobile on your phone or tablet, connect your Garmin watch to your computer using the USB cable.


Open Garmin Express (or install it if necessary) on your computer. Check if Garmin has updates for your watch, and install those updates.

After connecting it to Garmin Express, choose 'IQ' Applications, then "more applications" and search for “ActiveLook Datafield”.

Select the "ActiveLook Datafield" and have it installed on your Garmin device.

The data field is now on your watch.

You still need to set up the data screens on your watch to enable it.

You can also configure the datafield screens to select the data that will be displayed in your glasses

Configure your data screens

On 'Garmin Express' home page of your Garmin device search for the 'ActiveLook Datafield' in the list of installed applications (IQ Applications).

Click on the "..." (close to the application name) to open the "Parameters" pane.

  • Screens

You can select from 1 to 4 from the pre-defined data screens list below.

Edit the ‘Screens’ variable and indicate the ones you choose, separated by comas. See following examples :

- “3,2,6,1” (to be able to swipe through the 4 corresponding screens, in this order)

- “7” (one single, fixed, data screen)

- “1,2,3” (default set of screens)

  • List of available predefined screens (preliminary):

    • Screen n°1 : Timer + Speed + Distance

    • Screen n°2 : Pace + Heart Rate + Distance

    • Screen n°3 : Power 3" + Cadence + Elevation Gain

    • Screen n°4 : Timer + Power 3" + Average Power

    • Screen n°5 : Timer + Distance + Average speed

    • Screen n°6 : Pace + Average Pace

    • Screen n°7 : Power 3" + Normalized Power

    • Screen n°8 : Elevation Gain + Altitude

    • Screen n°9 : Average Pace + Average Heart Rate + Average Cadence

    • Screen n°10 : Power 3" + Normalized Power + Cadence + Heart Rate + Timer + Speed

    • Screen n°11 : Timer + Distance + Pace + Elevation Gain + Altitude

  • Glasses name

It is recommanded to leave this field blank: your Garmin device will automatically connect to the first pair of ActiveLook glasses found.

You may also force the connection to a given pair of glasses (and avoid connection to your friend's glasses). To do so, enter the glass name in the corresponding field. Glass name can be found when opening the ActiveLook mobile application:

Activate the datafield on your Garmin Device

To enable the ActiveLook datafield you need to use it as one of the datafield of your Activity.

1) Open the Activity where the data field will be used.

2) Edit displayed fields to modify one of the existing fields or add a new one.

3) In the field selection menu, scroll down to Connect IQ. Click on it.

4) Choose « ActiveLook DataField ».

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