September 19, 2012 AT 4:44 am

Hacking for Fun: Programming a Wearable Android Device

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Hacking for Fun: Programming a Wearable Android Device @ Dr Dobb’s. Mike writes -

A look at Recon Instruments’ MOD Live Heads-Up Display and the ease of creating and programming useful, on-person computing devices. If you had the chance to watch (or were even one of the lucky attendees at) the Google I/O 2012 opening keynote, you may recall the exciting moment when Sergey Brin proclaimed the arrival of the Google Glass prototypes to the attendees. Alas, Glass prototype pre-orders cost a cool $1,500 for some future delivery date. This led many developers, including me, to reassess their desire to build an Android-centric, HUD-based application.


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