Google Glasses are an advanced version of smart phones and tablets. This next generation hi-tech wearable and futuristic eye gadget having a chip at the corner of the frame is going to hit the market in the next year. This device works either with the help of a mobile or Wi-Fi connectivity. The GPS chip embedded in this device provides easy navigation with Google maps. People can perform various activities such as capturing pictures, recording videos easily and quickly by giving voice commands. People interact with this device in various ways such as through a microphone, optical display, touch pad and a bone conduction transducer. Glasses can store huge volumes of data and gives high speed internet access. People can search any information within fraction of seconds.
Google glasses are already incorporated with few standard apps such as Gmail, Google+, Google Now, etc and other new applications such as language translation, note taking, social networking apps, QR reader, barcode scanner, etc. By having these right apps, Google glasses will become very profitable option for the users.
Tools to create Apps
These apps are developed using Glassware. To develop this Glassware people use Google’s Mirror API. This API helps to design new, fun and unique apps for this fabulous device. This Google Glassware is developed using either of the technologies such as Java and Python. Google Glasses App Development companies give a different experience for the users with their unique features.
There are few amazing tools available in the market to create the apps for Google glasses. The mirror Glass API provided by Google develops only cloud based application which allows the users to interact with Google Glasses in a limited way. The Glass Development kit (GDK) has inbuilt features which empower app developer to use android code to build Glassware. But this GDK is not yet been released into the market. With the release of this kit, developers can build many more new Google Glass apps. This kit gives complete access to the hardware of the glass device such as a gyroscope, accelerometer and compass. OpenGL based graphics can also be developed on the glass devices. Currently, there are HTML based cards being used for the application but later with the release of the SDK, developers will be able to create more dynamic user interfaces, augment reality games and applications.
These apps help the industries of various sectors to carry out their work easily by providing best solutions. These glasses
- Overcome disabilities
- Translates from one language to another
- Improves the reality gaming and user experience
- Enhances education system
- Allows more hands on learning
The amazing, usable and exciting apps that are developed for Google Glasses by Google Glasses App Development companies include:
YourShow: Presentations became mandatory in every profession. This app is really interesting for the people who would like to read important notes while giving a presentation which allows them to engage the audience for longer durations with the interesting presentation. All you need is to upload the presentation online. This yourshow app directly connects to your Google drive and displays the presentation on your glasses.
Glass Feeds: Google Glass web development has helped to develop Glass Feeds which allows the users to know the events that are going to happen across the globe. You can even get latest news updates and alerts of your interest with this app
Through Glass: Google glasses give only limited access to Facebook i.e. it allows the users to share and upload a photo on Facebook under certain privacy terms with its app. But by deploying this Through Glass app you can enjoy unlimited access to Facebook without any privacy terms. You can update status, post messages and upload photos happily on your timeline.
Google Glass App Design is done in a simple and user-friendly manner to catch the eye of every user and to operate it easily without any hassle. Google Glass App design can be done using various platforms such as Java, Python, PHP, Go, .Net, and Ruby.