Details on my blog: http://scobleizer.com/2013/08/15/learning-more-about-our-advertising-future-in-google-glass-world/
I also arranged a $100 off discount code. Will you be there? Oh, and I'll be at the Google Glass Hackathon this weekend, too. Will you be there?
Just connect to your indigo web server by entering the server address, user name and password and you are all set to:
Use Voice Commands:
- Turn on / Turn off "Device Name"
- Set Brightness of "DeviceName" to "##" percent
- Toggle "DeviceName"
- Execute any Action group by just saying it's name
- Set Thermostat to "##" degrees
- Make it Warmer/Cooler
The app also pulls back your entire device list. You can browse all devices, by room (folder) and toggle them or set their brightness.
Because it is integrated with Indigo, you can control almost anything. The setup we have been using has an HTD Lync 6 Audio system, Sonos, Mac (obviously), Denon Amplifier/Tuner, Samsung TV, Phillips Hue Bulbs, a Garage Door, 2 Door locks, a Nest thermostat, and a whole slew of Insteon switchlinc dimmers and relays (60+).
Using Indigo's plugin architecture, all of these devices can now be controlled using Glass.
We also have security camera views working. The version I am using allows me to create control pages on Indigo for the cameras and then access each of them with Pan/Tilt and Recording features right from Glass. Just need to finish loading the camera URLs from variables and will release this as an update to it at some point.
If you want to use the APK, just leave a comment and I will reach out to you. I really want people to provide feedback. The goal of this is to extend it beyond Indigo and allow you to use it with any home automation system that has Web services or other HTTP integration.
As you can see in the video below, Glass Explorers from Fargo to Fairbanks, and from Houston to Honolulu, have been sharing their feedback with us, helping shape what Glass will become. We’ve learned a ton, and we’ve been working hard to make Glass software better with our regular #glassupdates each month.
At the same time, we’ve been making the hardware better, too. We want to say “thank you” for all the amazing feedback we’ve been getting, so later this year, all Explorers will have a one-time option to swap out their existing Glass for a new one. This hardware update will allow your Glass to work with future lines of shades and prescription frames, and we’ll also include a mono earbud. You can find more details about this here:
In addition, we’ve been experimenting with ways to expand the Explorer Program and it’s been going really well. So over the next few weeks, all Explorers will have the opportunity to invite three friends to join the program. They’ll be able to buy Glass online and can have it shipped to their home, office, treehouse or igloo. We’re counting on you to get Glass to the people you think will make great Explorers. More Explorers means more feedback, and more feedback means better Glass.
Explorers, stay tuned for more details – we’ll be emailing you soon!
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