Google Glass Hackathon Hosted For Glassware Development Kit
Gabriel Roşu / 4 years ago
It appears that Google is currently enlisting developers to show off their knowledge on the new Glassware Development Kit. Google sent out invitations to developers for this event that will take place in San Francisco on November 19th and 20th. The invite posted by Tech Sport states the following:
“We’d like to give you a first look at the next phase of the Glass Developer Platform during an exclusive, two-day hackathon in San Francisco. Not to worry if you don’t live near San Francisco. The announcement will be recorded and we’ll share the video after the event.”
There have been other hackathon events hosted by Google, having hosted two such events in San Francisco and New York City as well after releasing the Explorer Edition prototypes in April. Information about the event itself is scarce, but this is the first time that individuals will get a peek at the Glassware Development Kit, as well as a broader glimpse into the Google Glass project.
After all, Google Glass is the company’s leap into the world of wearable technology. The glasses will allow users to get directions, chat, take photos, record videos, and look up information on the web via a small built-in screen. The access to the GDK will be a valuable experience for developers to get acquainted with it and start planning on future apps, making it extremely profitable for future users as well when the glasses will be released.
Thank you Tech Spot for providing us with this information