How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Google Glass

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Session attendees will get an introduction to Google Glass. This includes descriptions and demonstration of hardware (v2) and software. The presentation will include brief live demos of common …

Session attendees will get an introduction to Google Glass. This includes descriptions and demonstration of hardware (v2) and software. The presentation will include brief live demos of common activities, cool features, and even a quick glance at some code. Attendees will be encouraged to ask question and engage in conversation about Glass, its potential application, and the ramifications of the impending general release.

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  • 1. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Google GLΛSS Wolf Loescher DevFestMN February 8, 2014
  • 2. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Wolf Loescher @wloescher @wloescher #devfest-mn #glass
  • 3. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Overview What is it? What can you do with it? What can’t you do with it? What’s it like to wear all day? Where/when can I get one? How do I develop apps for it?
  • 4. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass What is it? Google Glass (styled "GLΛSS") is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display (OHMD) that is being developed by Google in the Project Glass research and development project, with a mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can communicate with the Internet via natural language voice commands.
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  • 12. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass “A Segway for your face.”
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  • 17. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Tech Specs (1 of 2) Display: 640x360px (25” screen 8’ away) Camera: 5 MP still, 720p video Audio: Bone conduction transducer Connectivity: Wifi 802.111b/g, Bluetooth OS: Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) CPU: OMAP4430 1.2Ghz Dual Core RAM: 682Mb Storage: 16Gb (12Gb available)
  • 18. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Tech Specs (2 of 2) Sensors !Gyroscope !Accelerometer !Magnetometer (compass) !Ambient light sensor GPS Cellular Connectivity CDMA GSM
  • 19. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass What’s New in v2?
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  • 27. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Basic Commands “OK Glass…” “google…” “take a picture” - vignettes “record a video” “get directions to…” “send a message to…” “make a call to…” “make a video call to…” “take a note with…”
  • 28. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass The Timeline Past events on the right Future events and settings on the left Timeline cards can be text, images, rich HTML, or video Email, phone calls, SMS, news, alerts, etc.
  • 29. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Live Demo?
  • 30. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Wearing It All Day “Is that Google Glass?” “Where did you get it?” “How much did it cost?” “Do you work for Google?” “Can you get me a job at Google?”
  • 31. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Google GLΛSS Explorers Ambassadors Twitter contest #ifihadglass Glorified beta testers Excellent customer service
  • 32. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Glassware ➔CNN ➔Evernote ➔Facebook ➔Field Trip ➔Now, GMail, G+ ➔Twitter ➔NY Times ➔Path ➔Elle ➔Fancy ➔KitchMe ➔Mashable Velocity ➔SportYapper ➔Thuuz Sports ➔Tumblr
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  • 36. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Development (1 of 3) Python Ruby Go
  • 37. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Development (2 of 3) To interact with a user's timeline, you call the appropriate RESTful endpoint to carry out the action that you want to do. Google handles all of the necessary details of syncing between your Glassware and your users' Glass. Google Glassware Glass HTTP (REST) Glass Sync
  • 38. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Development (3 of 3) POST /mirror/v1/timeline HTTP/1.1 Host: www.googleapis.com Authorization: Bearer {auth token} Content-Type: application/json Content-Length: 26 ! { "text": "Hello world" }
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  • 41. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass The Good + Great photos and video + Build quality is good, but fragile + Relatively easy to develop for ! The Bad - Battery life - won’t last full day - Retail price? - New marketplace
  • 42. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass The Ugly
  • 43. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Privacy is Dead
  • 44. @wloescher #devfestmn #glass Questions? @wloescher #devfestmn #glass