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Creating HTML5-based Apps for Wearable Technologies  

Level :
Beginner
Date :
1:45 PM Saturday
Room :
1401
Interested : (272) - Registered : (21)
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Presentation

This session focuses on developing Glassware (apps for Google Glass) using the GDK and the Miror API. You'll learn about the MyGlass app and its ability to screencast from Glass, and how to pair Glass with an Android tablet and iOS devices. You will see code samples from an upcoming Google Glass book (Q3/2014), such as CSS3 2D/3D graphics and animation effects, HTML5 Canvas, and D3, all of which will be deployed to a Glass device. If time permits, some code samples for other wearable devices will be presented. This session is intended for people who have some familiarity with HTML and Eclipse. Bring your Glass device (or share with someone) to derive the maximum benefit from the presentation, which concludes with a book raffle of recent books (published in 2013 and 2014 by Mercury Learning).

The Speakers

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Oswald Campesato

Oswald is passionate about education: a former PhD Candidate in Mathematics (ABD), with 4 Masters and 2 Bachelors degrees. Previously he worked in South America, Italy, and the French Riviera, and he traveled to 70 countries around the world. He has worked from C/C++/Java developer to CTO, and currently working at SwiftBot. He's comfortable in 4 languages and trying to learn Japanese. He's a Series Editor for Mercury Learning and working on his 17th book.
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