Hi, I wanted to share this little proof of concept, and listening for feedback
Tizen watch controling glasses
Today devices are bringing new paradigms and new ways to interact with machines.
Eurogiciel has strong experience on glasses and provides solutions using Optinvent’s ORA-1 glasses.
So, I tried just recently thoses devices and managed connect one my favorite Tizen device the Samsung gear2 using both SDK and make them get along. Watch is controling pointer of glasses and in this example let user draw over it.
Compared to previous IoT demos, this usage can be more relevant in a real use case, like interacting in “Transparent Augmented reality mode” or with outside, I let you imagination flowing.
In my humble opinion ergonomy is one of the main issues, especially on smart glasses.
For the story, If you were at TDCSF14 you might have tried those very same models.
Keep updated, I’ll may share later other experiments about enhancing Human Machine Interfaces.
Hi, I m a student working on these glasses as well and I can't even install the server-side sample application on the glasses because the computer doesn't see them. I believe i need some kind of driver for them in order for the studio to see them, but I can't find it anywhere. Any help would be greatly appreciated.