This app is for Google Glasses. The Mirror API is too central. With mounting privacy concerns lets just talk directly with the Glasses!

This app is the start of a replacement for Google’s MyGlass app. Nothing special needs to be installed on your glass. This app talks directly over Bluetooth to your glasses.

You can send messages, take screenshots, and get device information.

I have added a “Send to Glass” option when sharing content on your phone so it can be sent directly to glass.

Source code: https://github.com/ieee8023/JoeGlass

Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=the.joeglass

One Response to “JoeGlass (MyGlass Replacement)”

  1. Lester

    Thank you so much for publishing this.
    I’m a student learning Google Glass development in the University and I noticed your application does push string messages in the EditText1 as Static Cards in the Glass’s timeline. However, neither can I delete nor share them. I try adding delete static cards using code snippets from this link. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21672421/how-to-dismiss-a-static-card-in-google-glass-after-x-seconds

    How did you managed to post them up without using TimelineManager?
    Looking forward to your reply 😀

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