Chess for Glass

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Chess for Glass,
written by Aart Bik, is Glassware [1] [2] that runs directly on a Google Glass device. The user can enter moves by simply saying the moves (voice input feature), or by using the touchpad. Other features include a choice in board color, spoken move announcements, and the ability to import any third party chess engine to replace the friendly built-in Java engine. Chess for Glass recognizes all ChessBase compatible engines that are installed on the same Glass device, and supports both the popular UCI and XBoard/WinBoard protocols.


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Chess for Glass - Start screen [3]


Chess for Glass - with Komodo engine imported

See also

Forum Posts

External Links

Google Glass

Google Glass Help


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