Anyone who couldn’t make it to the official Google Glasses Developer Presentation at SXSW last month, but would like to learn a little more about the new Google Glasses eyewear.
Will be please to learn that Google have now made the full 50 minute Google Glasses Developer Presentation available to stream via YouTube at your pleasure.
“Timothy Jordan gave developers at SXSW in Austin, TX a sneak peek at the Google Mirror API, which is what they’ll use to build services for Glass. With the presentation, we set out to help developers and entrepreneurs start imagining what they could do on Glass.”
The video below show what Google and current developers have been able to create for the new Google Glasses eyewear to date and provides an insight into how the device could be used for different tasks in the future.
A new API has also been created enabling Google Glasses users to swipe backwards and forwards using the touchpad on the Google Glasses frame. A timeline card, can be used to contain an image, text, audio or video, can be placed in the Google Glasses user timeline with the use of a HTTP Post command, and Get and Update (Put) actions are also supported within the Google Glasses interface.