MOVERIO
BT-35E Documentation

1. Introduction

1.1. Summary of Developing Moverio Apps

You can connect the Moverio Moverio with Android smartphones, Windows computers, and other HDMI or Type-C USB technology.
* However, please take care that some of the Moverio Moverio features may not be available on your Android smartphone or Windows computer, this depends on the device specifications.
* The Moverio does not support operation on Linux-equipped PC.

App development for the Moverio Moverio can be carried out in Android or Windows.

Figure: Configuration of Moverio that allows USB connections

By using the standard Android Software Development Kit (Android SDK) and the proprietary Moverio Software Development Kit (Moverio SDK) to develop Android apps, you can control the display, the camera, and the sensors, which are built into the Moverio. The Moverio SDK also provides an API that maintains compatibility with the Moverio and later models thereby ensuring compatibility for apps between different Moverio models.

By using the standard Windows Software Development Kit to develop Windows apps, you can control the display, the camera, the sensors, and so on that are built into the Moverio.

See the following for information on app development methods for the Moverio.

Summary of Developing Android Apps

Summary of Developing Windows Apps

Range of Uses for Moverio SDK

1.2. Range of Uses for Moverio SDK

The Moverio SDK is not compatible with the BT-350 and earlier models. The Moverio SDK can only be used to develop Android apps. If you are developing an app that will be supported by multiple Moverio products, then you would need to include all SDK libraries for those products and reference the correct one during runtime.

  BT-200 BT-2000
BT-2200
BT-300 BT-350 BT-35E
BT-30C
Android SDK  
BT-200 SDK        
BT-2000 SDK        
BT-300 SDK      
BT-350 SDK        
Moverio SDK        

1.3. Model Correspondence Table for Moverio Function

Moverio offers different functions depending on the model.

See related information.

Model Correspondence Table for Display Management

Model Correspondence Table for Sensor Management

Model Correspondence Table for Camera Management

Model Correspondence Table for Audio Management

1.3.1. Model Correspondence Table for Display Management

See following table on model and Display Management correspondence.

Function BT-35E BT-30C
Adjusting the Display Brightness (manual) Supported Supported
Adjusting the Display Brightness (auto) Supported Not supported
Switching Between 2D/3D Display Mode Supported Supported

1.3.2. Model Correspondence Table for Sensor Management

See following table on model and Sensor Management correspondence.

Function BT-35E BT-30C
Control accelerometer sensor Supported Supported
Control magnetic field sensor Supported Supported
Control gyroscope sensor Supported Supported
Control ambient light sensor Supported Not supported
Control gravity sensor Supported Supported
Control linear accelerometer sensor Supported Supported
Control rotation vector sensor Supported Supported

1.3.3. Model Correspondence Table for Camera Management

See following table on model and Camera Management correspondence.

Function BT-35E BT-30C
Preview display Supported Not supported
Acquiring camera image data Supported Not supported
Capturing still and video images Supported Not supported
Setting Resolution/ Frame rate Supported Not supported
Setting Exposure compensation mode Supported Not supported
Adjusting Manual exposure compensation step Supported Not supported
Adjusting Sharpness Supported Not supported
Adjusting White balance Supported Not supported
Setting Power line frequency Supported Not supported

1.3.4. Model Correspondence Table for Audio Management

See following table on model and Audio Management correspondence.

Function BT-35E BT-30C
Adjusting volume of earphones Supported Supported
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