The project’s core developers, MIT Ph.D. candidate Scott Greenwald, and University of Maryland Ph.D. candidate and lead developer Brandyn White, hosted a WearScript workshop and Glass hackathon this week for Glass explorers, MIT Media Lab participants and other applicants. They gave a hands-on WearScript tutorial covering topics such as how to link mobile and desktop devices to Glass, and how a WearScript-enabled Glass device can control an Arduino board, followed the next day by a hackathon to develop WearScript applications.
Greenwald, White and the project’s other contributors have also been experimenting with how WearScript could integrate Glass with other concepts and purposes. Aside from the added input device connectivity, they’ve explored applications for augmented reality and programming for the Internet of Things, while working to integrate Glass functionality with Node.js and Python.
WearScript is hosted on GitHub.