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Google Glass unveiled its latest update today at an event in San Francisco, where developers got a look at the Glass Development Kit (GDK). It lets developers build richer apps for Glass.
Here's a screenshot from the MyGlass home page that shows some of the Glassware highlighted at today's event.
Developer partners showcased at today's Glass event in San Francisco included activity app Strava, GolfSight by SkyDroid, Word Lens, Spellista by Glu, and cooking companion Allthecooks.
Word Lens gives Glass users the ability to translate words on larger boldface type, like signs.
The user's view of the Google Glass Word Lens translation app.
It's important to understand this German sign.
The sign is quickly translated into English right in the Google Glass display.
Search for nearby golf courses using SkyDroid's GolfSight app.
Access information about the course, including par, distances, and hazards.
CNET's Seth Rosenblatt tries out Strava's experience built for athletes, which records your rides and runs and tracks your progress.
CNET's Seth Rosenblatt tries out Strava's experience built for athletes.
Spellista by GLU is a simple word jumble game for Glass.
Allthecooks allows Glass users to view recipes and cooking directions without taking up counter-top space.
Allthecooks allows Glass users to view recipes and cooking directions, hands free.