The car of the future, Tesla, just got even cooler with the launch of the first Android Wear app for the vehicle.
The car of the future, Tesla, just got even cooler with the launch of the first Android Wear app for the vehicle. Created by Toronto-based mobile shop BNotions, the Tesla Command App lets lucky Tesla owners control some of the core features of the car straight from their wrists.
The app, which was released just last week in the Google Play store, gives Android Wear smartwatch users the ability to unlock doors, honk the horn, and even open and close the sunroof all with the tap of a button on the smartwatch. Users need to punch in their Tesla credentials ahead of time to make sure they are controlling the right car.
BNotions has uploaded a video of the app in action complete with a shiny Tesla Model S. Check it out in the video we have for you below.
This story is provided courtesy of Designer of Things blog. Designer of Things is a two-day conference and demo hall dedicated to the exciting potential of wearable tech, 3D printing, and the Internet of Things. The event takes place September 23-24, 2014, in San Francisco, and is produced by UBM Tech, which also owns EE Times. For more information and for passes and pricing, click here.
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