Google Glass owners or those of you that are thinking of purchasing a Google Glass device and would like to use Google’s new high-tech hardware with your own prescription spectacles. Might be interested in a 3D printed Google Glass adapter which has been developed to do just that and will save you $224.
The simple 3D printed Google+ adapter provides an alternative for purchasing the Google Glass compatible prescription frames, that have been specifically designed for Google Glass and are priced at $225 a pair, without the lens included.
The Pixil 3D design studio is responsible for creating the awesome alternative which if you already have a 3D printer will only cost $1 in material costs.
Pixil 3D has been created by Noé and Pedro Ruiz in South Florida to create prototype innovative gadgets with 3D printers and already have a list of created gadgets to their name including a 3D animated BMO from Adventure Time with a programmable LED face.
For more information on the new Google Glass adapter by Pixil 3D jump over to the Adafruit website for details or watch the video below.
Source: Pixil 3D : Tech Crunch
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