While Topolsky displayed a new Lytro camera and a new virtual reality game, the watch on his wrist went unnoticed. A closer look at it shows the familiar circular face of the Moto 360. At one point, the wearable lights up, showing off the face of the watch with a soft neon glow.
The Moto 360 will be one of the first wearables to be powered by Android Wear, which is a version of Android designed specifically for wearables. We could hear more about the device and Android Wear at Google I/O, which is scheduled to take place June 25th and June 26th in San Francisco.
source: TheVerge via AndroidAuthority