During SXSW last month, Google held a session entitled “Building New Experiences With Glass,” where it offered developers information about Glass’ Mirror API, and demonstrated some of the apps that are already in development for Glass, such as Gmail, Path, and Evernote.
On Thursday, Google posted a video from that event on YouTube in full, giving everyone the opportunity to learn a little more about Glass and, more importantly, allowing developers to discover what will go into coding for the high-tech spectacles.
Led by Google’s Senior Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan, the hour-long discussion explains not only the code involved in creating apps for Glass, but also what Google is looking for in Glass apps.
You can watch the event in its entirety in the video above. If you don’t quite have an hour to spare, you can also check out our SXSW article from the event for a textual recap.
Google recently sent out invitations for some to receive early access to Glass. It's expected to be released to developers in the coming months.