Project Ara is one of the more interesting public endeavors we've seen in the smartphone space in quite some time. The idea of a modular device from which we can pick and choose features has captured the attention of many a nerd. And for the next two days, the first of three Ara Developers Conferences is happening. We'll get a look at the alpha release of the Ara Module Developers Kit, which one needs to develop a module.

And you can watch it all at the stream above.

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I am so excited! I can not wait to hold one of these awesome phones in my hand.

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doz says:

If this lets me add a qwerty slider on a high end display/camera/chip then I'm all over it.

Jay Holm says:

Yeah, definitely! Make the smartphone the current manufacturers have refused to make the past 5yrs!

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Jdroid3 says:

That would be cool if Android Central was on Chrome cast

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fuzzylumpkin says:

Well, they usually just use embedded YouTube URLs so you can cast most of their videos.

Unfortunately though, we still can't cast live streams as far as I know. :(

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michaelearth says:

Does anybody know where one could watch this conference after it is over?

Thanks! Cant wait to see how Project Ara turns out!!

fuzzylumpkin says:

Sometime after the live stream finishes it should be uploaded as a normal video on the same channel. I *think* YouTube actually does it automatically.

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A2theC says:

That was exciting and incredibly informative, can't wait until tomorrows live stream and further as this project develops into a final product(s).