By CNET StaffMarch 06, 2017 11:07:13Google Glass might be a bit of a mystery these days, but CTP engineer Chris Cottrell was the one who had the idea to make it so.
The project is still under development and the engineer says it’s currently in beta testing mode.
It’s currently only available for the Google Glass Explorer, which is compatible with Android phones running 4.2.4 KitKat.
It will be made available for other devices later.
Cottrell says he started his research for Google Glass on Google+.
After a couple of weeks, he found himself thinking about what he could do with Glass, and how it might impact Google Glass’ capabilities.
He decided to do some basic research about the Glass SDK, the source code of the Glass software that Google has used to build Glass.
After some digging around the Glass developer portal, Cottrel discovered that Google is using a version of the CTS Engine, a CTP engine, that was originally developed for the Apple Macintosh, CTS, which runs on Windows PCs.
CTP engineers have used CTS in the past, but it’s not the standard.
“I just wanted to know, can CTS work with Glass?
Is it possible?” he said.CTS Engine is the same engine that runs the Glass app, but for Android devices.
It supports Android Glass as well as Android OS versions prior to Android 4.4.5 Jelly Bean.
The engine also runs the Google Cast app, which was originally built for Android 4, but was later ported to Android OS 3.0.
The Google Glass API, also known as CTS API, was introduced with Android 4 and is used by Google Glass for its own purposes.
The CTS engine is a subset of the core CTS (cortex-4, which provides the computing power for the processors on the Android device).
That means that, for the time being, CTP can run on all Glass devices running the Android OS, including those running KitKat and higher.
“The CTP API allows us to do a lot of things that other tools cannot,” Cottll said.
“In particular, it enables us to use CTS to support remote code execution, to run code in an application sandboxed environment, and to provide API for running applications in a sandboxed sandbox.”
Cottrel’s interest in CTS is fueled by Google’s recent efforts to help the Glass team build Glass more quickly.
Earlier this year, Google announced a number of improvements to Glass that would make it easier to use Glass in a variety of situations, such as helping developers debug problems and make sure they are not causing problems with Glass or its Glassware.
The Google Glass team is also working on more Glassware to help developers use Glass more efficiently.
Glass has been an interesting experience for Cottell, who has spent much of his career building software for the Windows PC market.
Cottill started working for Microsoft when he was 16 and has been with the company ever since.
Glass is one of the biggest applications that the company has created and the first application to be released in the Microsoft Marketplace, which means it’s available to developers from anywhere in the world.
“It’s a bit hard to explain how much it has changed me in terms of the way I work,” he said of Glass.
“It’s changed the way that I work.
I use it to find ways to make more productive use of my time and to find new things to do.”
The CTC Engine was created for CTS engines and runs on both Android and Windows computers, but can run the Glass Explorer as well.
CTA Engine can be used to run Glass apps and to run scripts and code in sandboxed environments.
CTT has been in development for several years and is the core of the Android platform.
“Glass is going to have a lot more of a mainstream impact on the software industry than anything we’ve ever done,” CTA engineer Michael Hickey said.
“There’s going to be a lot less of a barrier to entry to it for developers.
It really just means that Glass is going be an important tool for developers and a lot easier to build apps for.”