We're going to bring a Google Glas device and demo some of the functionality, followed by a great workshop by HTCdev.
In this workshop by Lance Nanek, Developer Evangelist at HTC, you will learn how to write code that takes advantage of the special features of the HTC One superphone. The HTC One supports writing apps that use the IR emitter to control TVs and other devices. It also supports Bluetooth Low Energy, a new standard that allows devices that communicate with the phone to last 6 months to a year on a single coin cell battery. Come learn how to program for these advanced features! Bring a laptop and we'll help you get a development environment up and running on your computer.
Lance Nanek is a Developer Evangelist at HTC. He has ten years of experience in information technology: implementing web metrics for ibm.com at IBM, writing Java web applications at State University of New York System Administration, and working on Android apps for many companies, including CardioTrainer by WorkSmart Labs with over three million downloads. He has a master's degree in Computer Science from State University of New York University at Albany.