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Ready to develop your first Google Glass app? I guess that you will be asking yourself the same questions we had :
• How to sign in your users without keyboard?
• How to scan or detect an object just by looking at it?
• How to provide an intuitive and interactive UX?
• How to deal with your IT system and share information between users?
We will show you which dependencies to add to your build.gradle to satisfy your user's wildest dreams and provide them a full compatible app for connected glasses.
You're not ready? Don't panic, our ideas will convince you to buy glasses. And with our code you will discover that a Google Glass app is nothing else but an Android App.
Speaker : Mathieu Hausherr, OCTO Technology
Mathieu Hausherr is a native mobile app developer at Octo Technology. He develops iOS and Android apps. He believes in mobile development industrialization, unit testing and continuous integration. He loves testing new devices like glasses or watches.
Follow him on twitter (@mhausherr)
Speaker : Cédric Pointel, OCTO Technology
Cédric Pointel is as mobile developer at OCTO Technology since 4 years. He develops mobile apps, mostly on iOS, for bank, insurance, luxury or social media. He also helps companies to improve theirs skills on mobile knowledge, code quality and continuous integration. Interested in robotics and connected objects, he has started testing new devices like Google Glass since the beginning of the year.
Follow him on twitter (@cpointel)