There's no doubt that the new Google Glass may be a sign of the future of wearable interactive computing, however we haven't seen much work with Glass and hardware integration - until now. Although a first, basic example of Arduino-Glass interfacing, Sameer Ansari has demonstrated how to interrogate an Ethernet-enabled Arduino with a temperature sensor to report the data to the Glass wearer, and also control digital I/O which then of course can be used to control anything, in Sameer's case a house light.
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