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WearScript is alive and well, in case there was any doubt! Just got it auto-installed using Augmate's Wearable Environment platform, thanks to +Pete Wassell.

If anyone wants to try that and/or borrow a Glass, let me know and we can discuss.

Here is the script I used
Get set up at, then use the playground at

Hey everyone! I'm currently working on a robotics project at Villanova University that makes use of Glass (a pair was given to us as part of a Google grant). I'm currently running Ubuntu 14.04 off a VM (VMWare). I've installed WearScript and am connected to Wi-Fi yet when I try to run a script from or move over to examples on Glass, there's absolutely nothing. It seems the Glass is not synced with WearScript. Any ideas how I could resolve this issue? Thanks!

Hi, after installation of wearscript, it keeps disappearing.What should I do? btw Wearscript has already been turned on in the glassware page.

Who has had luck setting up their own wearscript playground?

bower keeps giving me trouble with inclusion of several scripts that don't appear to have bower.json files. 

New to bower, grunt, and node.js; any help is appreciated.

Anyone using wearscript on Windows?

Finally got around to exploring wearscript this morning. What a lovely tool!

I'm having trouble getting the pebble example script working. As far as I know, the package has been installed correctly on Pebble. Pebble is connected to my Nexus 5, which is connected to Google Glass. When I the script, I can hear wahtever I write in WS.say, but none of the callbacks are triggered when I click the pebble buttons / trigger the accelerometer.

Does anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

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Wearbale technology and touchless interfaces,

One Single SDK to Build your Touchless and Sightless Apps

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Did you see MindRDR? It's an open source project to control Glass with thoughts... And no, it's not a cool result from a buzz-word randomizer.

You will be assimilated.

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