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The measurement of time has always had a big impact on our society. The way we tell the time greatly evolved especially in the last centuries, leading to the creation of always more accurate tools, up to the first wearable technological devices. In this talk you will explore the evolution of horology. You will discover the common elements that remained unchanged across the centuries, and how you can still find them in modern wearable devices. You will also learn about how different it is to develop for a smartwatch, compared to a smartphone, especially considering the Android Wear platform.
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From clockwork to smartwatch
Daniele Bonaldo is an Android software craftsman at Novoda London. He’s passionate about photography and wearable technologies. Before moving to London, he worked at i’m Spa, an Italian startup where he had the chance to play with the Android platform while developing one of the first smartwatches on the market ("Doing smartwatches before it was cool" as they said).