Even though developers can only access a preview, SONY offers a link to download the SmartEyeglass SDK from its website. In the page https://developer.sony.com/develop/wearables/smarteyeglass-sdk/ users can find a guide to start with Android application development in the SmartEyeglass device. Instructions offer installation information of the SmartEyeglass SDK.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Wearables, Monitoring, and Messaging. Featured today is the FitPay API, which allows developers to add payment features to wearables using biometrics to ensure user security. Here's look at what is new.
Pushed by Google’s Android Wear in late-2014 and Apple’s first wearable, the Apple Watch, we are starting to see the area of smart wearables expanding--to everything from bio-measurable shirts to virtual reality headsets to pet-ware and more. It looks to be a whole new wearable world in 2016.
Google's annual developer conference offered up a bonanza of news for developers. Google detailed Android N, Android Auto, Android Wear, Android Pay, and many other apps, platforms, and services. Moreover, Google debuted Daydream, its Android N-based virtual reality development platform.