Google Glass : Design Principles And Guidelines

4076 WordsDec 10, 201417 Pages
Table of Content What is google glass? 2 Development 2 Google Inc. 2 Google X 3 How does it work? 4 The MyGlass App 4 Glass Gestures 5 Design Principles and Guidelines 6 Design Principles 6 Voice Commands 7 Glass Development Kit 8 Requirements 8 Pattern Building blocks 9 Live Cards 10 Immersions 12 Developing Glassware 13 A Simple Hello World Example 13 Using the default glass theme 14 Create an menu item 15 Touch Gestures 15 Bibliography 18 What is google glass? Google glass is a digital headset that can be worn as a pair of glasses. The glass usually(may differ in special situations) has a small screen in the right upper corner of the frame which the user can use to interact with the glass. This screen will keep the users updated to their e-mails, calls, messages and other notifications. Google Glass has a lot more to offer than just these features. Users can record, take pictures and ask for directions without using their hands. Because of the fact that the camera is attached to the users’ head the recorded video will be filmed from a new and unique perspective. Development This chapter will talk about the development of Google Glass, including Google Inc. the development facility Google X and Googolplex. Google Inc. Google Glass is developed by Google Inc. which was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998. Both Page and Brin were Ph.D. students at Stanford University by the time that they created the first draft of the search engine that we all know as

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