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Intro to Google Glass Development with the GDK

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Learn about Google Glass and get an introduction to Glass development using the Glass Development Kit.

Learn about Google Glass and get an introduction to Glass development using the Glass Development Kit.

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  • 1. Intro to Google Glass Development with the GDK Norton Lam Tech Lead, Mobile Practice, Magenic mobilevangelist.com, @orchinib
  • 2. What Glass is • Wearable computer • Display equivalent to 25” screen 8 feet away • Voice controlled • Useful for quick hits of information (3-5 seconds)
  • 3. What Glass isn’t • Not a replacement for your smartphone • Not good for reading or watching videos • Not good for playing games • No keyboard
  • 4. Demo of Capabilities
  • 5. Glass Development • Mirror API • Glass Development Kit (GDK) • Hybrid
  • 6. Mirror API • HTML & CSS • Uses Oauth2 • Platform independent - Java - .NET - PHP - Python
  • 7. GDK • Android 4.0.4 • Rumors of Android 4.4.x - KitKat • XML Layouts • Real-time user interaction • Access to hardware • Offline functionality
  • 8. Hybrid • Insert card into timeline • Menu item opens an Android Intent
  • 9. Glass Hardware • Resolution : 640x360 • Storage : 16GB - 12GB Usable • RAM : 1GB - 682 MB for developers • Connectivity - Wireless - Bluetooth • Camera - Photos - 5MP - Videos - 720p
  • 10. Sensors • Touchpad • Accelerometer • Gyroscope • Magnetometer • Ambient light sensor • Proximity sensor
  • 11. User Experience • Static Card • Live Card • Immersion
  • 12. Static Card • Right of home • No layout control • No user interaction
  • 13. Live Card • Left of home • Card or Android XML Layout
  • 14. Live Card • Some user interaction • Backed by an Android Service
  • 15. Immersion • Takes over Glass UX • Android XML Layout
  • 16. Immersion • Real-time user interaction • Access to hardware • Offline functionality
  • 17. Code Examples GDK Hello World https://github.com/Mobilevangelist/google-glass-hello-world GDK Kitchen Sink https://github.com/Mobilevangelist/google-glass-kitchen-sink