Google to host hackathon for the 'next phase' of Google Glass
The tech giant invites developers to give its upcoming Glassware Development Kit a whirl.
Google is inviting developers to come help it out with its next phase of
"We'd like to give you a first look at the next phase of the Glass Developer Platform during an exclusive, two-day hackathon in San Francisco," the invite (pdf) reads. "Not to worry if you don't live near San Francisco. The announcement will be recorded and we'll share the video after the event."
The hackathon is scheduled to happen in San Francisco on November 19 and 20. Apparently, seating is limited, so it could be hard for people to reserve spots.
This isn't the first time that Google has thrown a hackathon for developers to get to know and work on its Google Glass project. Before the companyin April, it in San Francisco and New York.
Google Glass is the company'sor smartphone. The device comes in the form of eyeglasses that can record videos, take photos, chat, get directions, look up facts on the Web, and more. The device is for the general public sometime next year.