Teaching laboratory classes for the Human Computer Interaction course has its advantages. For example I get to experiment with different tools/technologies and recently I played with MaKey MaKey. It's fun and here's why:
Now that I've been wearing my LG G Watch R and testing it on a daily basis, it's time to express my opinions on the whole experience that is... Android Wear. It's not perfect, but it has huge potential. Here's why:
Well... it happened. I bought myself a smartwatch. It was a long and inner debate between the LG G Watch R and the Moto 360, with the first winning it after quite a struggle. This article represents the first chapter of a two-part in depth review. First I will present the watch and all its ups and downs. Later on, in the second chapter, I will express my opinions regarding Android Wear and the whole experience behind it. But first things first, let's start with the LG G Watch R.