The process of building apps for Glass through a set of RESTful services (the Mirror API) sounds amazing, but many of us still want more. While many developers have been looking forward to the Glass Developers Kit (GDK), where more robust native apps can be created, some of us have been dreaming of what Glass would be like with the full Web. I spoke with Glass Explorer Adam Singer about his ideas.
When living with Glass, it’s impossible not to dream about a world where your entire computing system is wearable. There’s been a recent update that no longer requires a tethering plan, but you still need Bluetooth connectivity in order to use the GPS and Data connection from your smartphone. Enter the Omate TrueSmart… We’ve talked about the […]
Google Glass is an amazing leap forward for wearable computing. It has popularized the wearable concept and has gotten society thinking and talking about all the possibilities and opportunities ahead of us. But the need to tether Glass to your Android still holds us back from a fully wearable world… or does it?
There have been a lot of questions over the design of Google Glass. Why is the display only on the right side? Why can’t I use my prescription glasses? How can I use Glass with both my sunglasses and clear glasses? A new patent will help shine some light on Google’s strategy for the future of Glass.