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In a recent development, report have swirled around in the tech media world informing that Google has sent out invites for two Google Glass developer events, to be held in New York and San Francisco. Wherein, the San Francisco event is scheduled to take place on January 28 and 29 whereas, the New York City event will be held on February 1 and 2.
Reportedly, the event aims at the developers who purchased the company's $1,500 developer edition last year. As mentioned in the invitation, the first day of the event will commence with an introductory session on Google Glass. Further, the events will be focused on giving them a chance to "have a device to use while on-site.
Termed Google Glass Foundry events, it issolely meant for Explorer program developers. They will allow developers to see what they can do with Google Glass Mirror API and have Google engineers on-site to assist with any questions. The API "gives you the ability to exchange data and interact with the user over REST," according to Google.
The invitation is already sent to the concerned people and they have to confirm their presence by a simple registration before the cut off time of January 18 at 4PM. It is highly recommended to make the registration at the earliest as the space is limited. Selected people will get their confirmation note including details on how to proceed.
According to Pocket-lint reports, Babak Parviz, head of the Google Glass project, said in an interview earlier this month that a cloud-based API will also eventually be released so developers can integrate their Android apps into Google Glass. The Mirror API this month will be a good start.