By moving his head up and down he controls the drone’s forward and backward acceleration. With left and right movements he steers the drone, which means he can control it really well.
Bublitz noted that he has to make some improvements in order to make it work better.
Turns out that I was driving the drone at full speed in each direction I tilted my head. I should have had the speed at about 0.3 instead of 1. Lesson learned. I would have also liked to add the ability to rotate the drone left and right based on the Glass’ azimuth value, but I guess that will have to be in the future.
The program is open source and available on , so you can download it if you have Google Glass and an AR drone. You can even develop it further if you wish.