Presented at SCREENS 2013 in Toronto.
Details at fitc.ca/screens
There are about 10,000 Google Glass devices in the wild, but only a fraction of those are in the hands of developers. Mike DiGiovanni, creator of Glass apps like Launchy, Winky, and Bulletproof, will guide you through what it takes to create a native Glass app, style it to look Glassy, and get it running on a plain old Android emulator/hardware. You will learn the some of the APIs that work best on Glass, along with a list of APIs to avoid. If the GDK remains unavailable by the time of the presentation, there will be a section on future proofing your software.
Mike will be available afterwards to give attendees the opportunity to experience Glass and get some 1-on-1 Q&A time. This is a presentation aimed at beginners to native Glass development. Some Android development experience is a plus.