Google has planned two Project Glass “hackatons” for next week, but attending developers will be bound by some pretty restricting NDAs.
The hackatons are called Google Glass Foundry events, and will take place in New York and San Francisco in the last days of January. Google has sent out invitations to developers who signed up for the Glass Explorer program and pre-ordered the innovative head-mounted device for the princely sum of $1500.
It’s not clear at this point if all developers on the Explorer wait list have been invited to attend, but one thing is for sure – those who get to play with Google’s futuristic toy will be bound by very restrictive non-disclosure agreements. ReadWrite got the scoop on the NDAs, and revealed some of the highlights, including:
We’ll have to see whether all developers will adhere to the strict terms of the NDA, or some information will leak to the press in the following days. You can guess what we are rooting for! Stay tuned, we’ll bring you all the little tidbits that emerge next week about the Google Glass.