As Google I/O was wrapping up on Friday, Google was busy uploading the first of its developer videos to its YouTube channel. As part of the first wave, Google Glass developers who couldn’t make it to I/O got a chance to learn how to develop for and hack Glass.
Now Google has finally uploaded the final two Glass sessions from Google I/O – one of which deals with developing for the Mirror API while the other is a casual fireside chat with the Glass team.
First up is Building Glass Services with the Google Mirror API with Alain Vongsouvanh and Jenny Murphy:
The Google Mirror API is a simple but powerful set of RESTful APIs for building Glassware. In this session we’ll review some first principles for Glass development, paradigms of the Google Mirror API, and the rapid track from concept to prototype. We will cover both standard use cases and ones that push the boundaries of the API.
Finally, the Fireside Chat with the Glass Team brings together key members of the Glass development team at Google X to talk about their experiences:
Join several key members of the Glass team as they discuss the path that brought them here. We’ll discuss why Glass is so important to the evolution of wearable technology and how developers can most effectively engage in the ecosystem.