During my time as software engineer at Foundry (in R&D department) I was a technical lead on an experimental project for Oakley. Due to the nature of R&D work the results usually take years to go public or, what's probably more likely, they don't get released at all. So it's quite cool to see that just a few months after completing the project it can be viewed in public (although only in pilot mode at Oakley's headquarters in California).
Yazan Malkosh, former Head of Design at Foundry whom I was working on this job with, has visited Oakley's headquarters recently and wrote a review of what he saw on the stage. Read the full story on Pixel Fondue.