April 20th, 2013
There’s been a flood of information about the Glass developer toolkit (Google Mirror API) in the past week. And it makes me wonder just how feasible it would be to develop original glass apps with and for my high school students.
I already have some experience making apps in the classroom for mobile devices, and it seems like making original apps for Glass would not be that much more difficult. My favorite part of the developer toolkit is the “playground,” where you can modify several templates to make your own glass timelines.
Here’s a quick example I whipped up that could be used by students while they work on problems in an astronomy class.
I think this represents yet one more engaging platform where students can apply their knowledge to create something original, useful, and cool.