Google posts pictures from last month's Glass Foundry event

The company says more than 80 uses for Google Glass were developed during a recent hackathon.

From the Google Glass Foundry event.
From the Google Glass Foundry event. Google

We still don't know what exactly happened during Google Glass Foundry, last month's two-day hackathon designed to let developers get their hands on Google's wearable computing project for the first time. Developers signed nondisclosure agreements, and haven't been forthcoming when we've asked them to comment.

But while Google isn't saying much, the company did post a gallery of pictures from the event today to the Google Developers page on Google+. The event took place in both New York and San Francisco, and apparently the developers were quite busy. Says Google:

They formed teams and built over 80 new ways to use Glass. Everyone who demoed received a special edition glass bar identifying them as a "Pioneer" of this next generation of computing. Eight hard-working teams won the grand prize: Google will pick up the cost of their Glass Explorer Edition.

Check out some of the photos below, which are credited to Daniel Gaines Photography and Philip Montgomery.

About the author

Casey Newton writes about Google for CNET, which he joined in 2012 after covering technology for the San Francisco Chronicle. He is really quite tall.

 

Join the discussion

Conversation powered by Livefyre

Don't Miss
Hot Products
Trending on CNET

TechProbe Volunteers Wanted: Huawei Mate 7

Your chance to test drive and keep the Huawei Mate 7 phone

Tell us about the technology you're using right now, and how a smartphone could help you in your professional life.