Google's API for Glass limits developers to retain control

04/21/2013 | TechCrunch

Google Mirror application programming interface for Glass limits developers to Web-based routines that can't be considered full-blown augmented reality, Frederic Lardinois writes. Google probably wants to preserve battery life by limiting bandwidth-heavy material that services can download, maintaining control, Lardinois concludes. "For the time being then, developers will likely remain somewhat underwhelmed by the API," he writes.

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