Google’s annual conference, Google I/O, took place this week in San Francisco along with the third annual Google I/O Pitch Night, “an event for developers, designers, and entrepreneurs in conjunction with Google I/O” and the collaboration of StartupWeekend, Google Developers Group SF and Google.
Participants at Pitch Night had the opportunity “to pitch their ideas, collaborate in teams, and take the first steps at making their ideas viable” with the help of facilitators and the feedback of a great panel of judges from Google Ventures and Google I/O presenters. It also gave attendees the chance to do some networking and who knows, maybe find the right co-founder for their startup idea.
This year Justinmind was there to pitch its widget libraries for google glass, which allow you to prototype based on large libraries of Google Glass UI elements. Yes, Justinmind is 100% Glass and android compatible. You can check out our Google Glass apps prototyping features here: http://www.justinmind.com/prototyper/learn/prototype-google-glass-apps and here: http://vimeo.com/86887894.