An open-source



Get Your Way glasses use the computing power of your smartphone. Thus, all control information is generated and sent by your smartphone via Bluetooth to the glasses. The glasses contain a multitude of Bluetooth services and features to provide complete and varied control. To develop your own solution, you will need to ensure proper coordination between your smartphone and the glasses by using or creating the appropriate Bluetooth services. For example, if you want to send a notification message that is displayed on the glasses, the smartphone must address the service provided for this purpose, for example "sendTextMessage(Msg, Time, XY, Icon)". Thus, the glasses know that you send a message, where and when to display it.

The programming is done in two places. In the GYW application provided for this purpose on your smartphone and in the firmware of the connected glasses.

Operating system


Based on the Microsoft Azure RTOS operating system, Get Your Way glasses make it very easy and fast to get started with the development suite offered by Microsoft. In this suite, Azure RTOS GUIX Studio provides a complete and embedded graphical user interface (GUI) application design environment.


Azure RTOS ?

"Azure RTOS is an integrated development suite including a small but powerful operating system that delivers reliable, lightning-fast performance for resource-constrained devices. It is easy to use and has a proven track record in the market after being deployed on more than 10 billion devices worldwide. With Azure RTOS supporting 32-bit microcontrollers and the most popular integrated development tools, it allows you to make the most of your team's existing skills."


C/C++ Library

In addition to the tools offered by Azure RTOS, a whole library is proposed to facilitate your work. This library contains a multitude of Bluetooth services and features that can be customized to receive any type of information on the glasses, as well as a complete panel of functions to generate the display of this information on the glasses' screen.