In this post, we have prepared a curated top list of reading recommendations for beginners and experienced. This hand-picked list of the best Google-Glass books and tutorials can help fill your brain this May and ensure you’re getting smarter. We have also mentioned the brief introduction of each book based on the relevant Amazon or Reddit descriptions.
- Google Glass For Dummies (For Dummies Series) (2014)
- Google Glass: What Is It and How Can It Change Our Lives (2014)
- Google Glass and Robotics Innovator (2014)
- Google Glass Can Read Your Mind (2014)
- Designing and Developing for Google Glass: Thinking Differently for a New Platform (2014)
- Beginning Android Wearables: With Android Wear and Google Glass SDKs (2015)
- Beginning Google Glass Development (2014)
- Business Ethics (2014)
- Programming Google Glass (2013)
- Professional Android Wearables (2015)
- Development for Google Glass (2014)
- Google Glass (2014)
Google Glass For Dummies (For Dummies Series) (2014)
A full-color guide to everything you need to know about Google Glass!With this easy-to-use guide, you can wear your Google Glass with confidence! From setup and configuration, to learning how to tap into the amazing features of Google Glass, this book has it all. Soon you’ll be taking photos and video, accessing the display, using the applications, and operating the arm’s touchpad.
Author(s): Eric Butow, Robert Stepisnik
Google Glass: What Is It and How Can It Change Our Lives (2014)
What is Google Glass? This book is filled with all the information you would ever want to know about Google Glass and more! Everything on all the features and possibilities of Glass are explored, from augmented reality to how Google Glass can change the world. If you are interested in Glass this book is a MUST BUY.
Author(s): Google Glass
Google Glass and Robotics Innovator (2014)
Have you ever wished you could use technology to improve people’s lives? Ever since he was a teenager, Sebastian Thrun wanted to build machines that helped people. So far, Thrun has developed robots that can be tour guides and nurses and can help save miners trapped underground. In 2004, he won a US Department of Defense contest by building a car that could drive itself. Since then, the self-driving cars he developed have been tested on more than 140,000 miles (225,308 kilometers) of road without fail!
Author(s): Marne Ventura
Google Glass Can Read Your Mind (2014)
Does Google Glass have the ability to identify the urges and impulses in the back of your mind? According to Dr. Jack Wedam, the neuroscience that informs the device can connect a rapid eye movement with a desire that was heretofore lodged securely in your subconscious. And, when it comes to accessing that once elusive consumer information, the flick of an eye can mean big business.In his provocative new book, Google Glass Can Read Your Mind, Dr.
Author(s): Dr. Jack M Wedam
Designing and Developing for Google Glass: Thinking Differently for a New Platform (2014)
Creating apps for Google Glass is more involved than simply learning how to navigate its hardware, APIs, and SDK. You also need the right mindset. While this practical book delivers the information and techniques you need to build and deploy Glass applications, it also helps you to think for Glass by showing you how the platform works in, and affects, its environment.
Author(s): Allen Firstenberg, Jason Salas
Beginning Android Wearables: With Android Wear and Google Glass SDKs (2015)
Beginning Android Wearables gives you the skills you need to make effective apps for Android Wear-based smartwatches, fitness bracelets, connected home wearable controllers, and Google Glass. Delight your users by giving them access to the information they’ll need at the tips of their fingers. This book is very practical and contains many examples that not only show you how to write code for Glass and Android Wear, but also demonstrate how to apply this code in the context of an app.
Author(s): Andres Calvo
Beginning Google Glass Development (2014)
Beginning Google Glass Development is your number one resource for learning how to develop for Google Glass–the paradigm-shifting mobile computing platform taking the world by storm now and for years to come. Mobile developers have always had to think for the future, and right now that means getting started with Google Glass. This book is incredibly hands-on with many exciting projects. You will also learn how to develop enterprise and web-based Glass apps using the Mirror API.
Author(s): Jeff Tang
Business Ethics (2014)
The fifth edition of Business Ethics addresses current, intriguing, often complex issues in corporate morality through 53 readings and 30 pertinent case studies.
Author(s): W. Michael Hoffman, Robert E. Frederick
Programming Google Glass (2013)
Google Glass is the new wearable computer everyone’s talking about. It offers a head-mounted optical display and touch interface, and it’s programmable. Kick-start your Glassware development by exploring how users can interface with Glass, developing a Glass application fast by using the Mirror API to manipulate Timeline cards and menus, tracking a Glass’s geolocation, creating rich interactions by responding to user inputs, and capturing or serving
Author(s): Eric Redmond
Professional Android Wearables (2015)
The fast and easy way to get up and running on Android wearables. Written by an expert author team with years of hands-on experience in designing and building wearables, Professional Android Wearables covers how to use the Android Wear platform and other techniques to build real-world apps for a variety of wearables including smartbands, smartwatches, and smart glasses.
Author(s): David Cuartielles Ruiz, Andreas Goransson
Development for Google Glass (2014)
Software Development for Google Glass is chock full of the information you need to become a proficient Glassware developer. It covers how to design, build and distribute Glassware. With an encyclopedia of information about the history and current state of the Google Glass explorer program and five software projects documented with code and pictures, it is the definitive resource for Glass development. This printing is code tested against XE17 and has XE17 specific updates.
Author(s): Mark Scheel
Google Glass (2014)
Discover What You Need to Know About Google Glass! Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device! You’re about to discover the crucial information about Google Glass. Millions of people are looking into getting into this hot trend of Google Glass because of the much anticipated release.
Author(s): Brad Durant
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Best Google Glass Books to Read
We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some Google Glass books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.
Programming Google Glass, 2nd edition: Build Great Glassware Apps with the Mirror API and GDK
Author(s): Eric Redmond
ID: 1527398, Publisher: The Pragmatic Programmers, Year: 2015, Size: 10 Mb, Format: pdf
Programming Google Glass Build Great Glassware Apps with the Mirror API and GDK
Author(s): Eric Redmond
ID: 2147470, Publisher: The Pragmatic Programmers, Year: 2015, Size: 249 Mb, Format: zip
Programming Google Glass: Build Great Glassware Apps with the Mirror API and Gdk
Author(s): Eric Redmond
ID: 2449014, Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf, Year: 2015, Size: 11 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are absolutely hot items according to The New York Times, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.