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I'm taking a pic with my cellphone because I'm not allowed to take it with Google Glass. It had to be United the first plane that they asked me to take Glass off because of security concerns. 
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Ironic, no +Mike DiGiovanni ?  Not to mention some Glassware was in the works... http://glass-apps.org/united-airlines-glass-app  
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Game Mechanics Explorer is a brand new collection of concrete examples for various game mechanics, algorithms, and effects. The examples include platformer movement, lighting, ballistics, gravity, and more. They are all implemented in JavaScript using the Phaser game engine, but the concepts and methods are general and can be adapted to any engine. Each section contains several different examples that progress in sequence from a very basic implem...
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I'm making a game. I'm using HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, and AngularJS.
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#throughglass
Awesome pizza thanks to whatever app gives Zagat suggestions on Glass
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Yeah probably field trip. I thought it just have historic sites
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Here it is! Google Glass + prescription lenses + surgical telescopes!
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Now this is some wearable technology!
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Imagine a world without having to listen to shitty ringtones.

That's a world where smartwatches gained traction. 
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+Christopher Tate that was an awesome video! I love the violinists composure, as he just riffs off the ringtone at the end! :-D 
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Duck xe16 battery life
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The communities have been very active lately.. Someone said another update is on its way..
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+Jared Banyard get cracking
 
I carus O dessa is eager to guide you on a special space adventure. There are still some clues hidden out there that will help you get started. Rumors are that the destination is the Moscone Center… Happy hunting! #io14 #EasterEgg
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Ain't nobody got time for this.
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So to elaborate on this. It's really fucking buggy. I was able to eventually get ADB over TCP working... but now ADB over USB gives me the same errors and I can't connect via USB even after a reboot. Sigh
 
Yet another paiunful XE16 discovery, ADB over TCP is broken. On modern Android devices, we get that dialog that asks if we want to allow USB debugging.

On Glass, they removed that.... And removed the check when connecting via USB. The check while connecting via TCP is still there 
Therefore...
C:\Users\Michael>adb -s 172.25.7.140:5555 shell
error: device unauthorized. Please check the confirmation dialog on your device.

Basically this means, developers are now tethered to their machines via a USB cable and Tilt Control is broken using non-rooted methods.
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Google should have held on to this longer. I'm getting random reboots a lot.
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I'm a wizard!
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Oh yeah, Glass. It's for everything, hands free, voice free control works pretty much in every app
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  • Isobar
    Emerging Technology Lead, 2010 - present
    I love mobile development and I get full support from the management at Roundarch Isobar to explore all areas of emerging mobile technology. This includes Google Glass, smart watches, and other wearable computing devices. Outside of that, I've also had the opportunity to work on some groundbreaking mobile applications.
  • American International Group
    2000 - 2007
  • Fort Monmouth
    Computer Engineer, 2007 - 2010
  • Barnes & Noble
    Android Developer, 2010 - 2010
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I'm an Emerging Technology Lead at Isobar (http://www.isobar.com).  There I have the opportunity to create new things with Glass, smart watches, other wearables, and just general mobile application development.

I've worked on the Nook Color and Nook app for Android along with some independently developed and published apps for Android that have some nice download numbers.
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Multiple top app of 2011 lists, Glass Explorer, First native glass apps, I was on CNN http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2013/05/07/google.cnn
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Silly rules about not allowing people to wear Google Glass because they are worried about employees being recorded, but then allow people to walk around taking photos with a flash.
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