Google Glass Developer Explains Secrets Behind The Project at SXSW (Video)
Some people are very interesting in Google Glass, that was initially Project Glass, that nifty pair of glasses with augmented reality and new Google technologies attached. Now there’s a full stream of the SXSW keynote, held by Timothy Jordan.
There are 50 minutes of innovations, explanations and real time usage of the device. In case you didn’t know, there are already developers working with the Google Glass API. Google has already showcased apps like New York Times, Gmail, Path and more, all adapted to Glass use. The idea behind the New York Times is to ask for news via voice command and Glass will deliver a headline, byline and image, as well as the number of hours that passed since the article was published.
Evernote and Skitch also got special apps for Glass and they’re able to send images to the services through the Glass share functionality. For those who don’t know, Timothy Jordan is a Google Glass developer evangelist, who discussed Google+, video recording via Glass and gave a demo of Google search, took a picture of the audience and more. Details in the vid: