Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the Google Glass timeline and interface, part of Up and Running with Google Glass.
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…We have been navigating through a number of menus and screens in Glass.…Let's take a step back and see how they all are related to each other.…When you see the time and the ok glass…message at the bottom, you're at the home of Glass.…While you may think of this as a screen, in Glass terms this is called a card.…A card is a single point on the glass timeline, which is…a series of cards that go forward or backwards from the home card.…Cards that are ahead of the home show pictures you've taken, messages…that you may have received, all of which are located in a card.…
Cards that have a folded corner are called bundles.…If you tap on the bundle you'll open up more information and the bundled content.…These cards the further you go out are from further back in time.…The cards are arranged chronologically.…The most recent card is the first ahead of the home card.…In the other direction you'll have cards that represent the present.…These include actions that are currently active, like the playback of a song…in Google Play Music, or access of settings to control features of Glass.…
This course explains how to get your Google Glass configured, connected, and working for you. After you get Glass set up on the Internet, Doug Winnie goes through how to navigate the voice and gesture-based interface, install apps to extend its capabilities, and use Glass in real-world scenarios: navigating a city, accepting calls, and taking photos and video.