Google has today announced the launch of three new ‘Shells’ for its Google OnHub router which allow users to customise their routers outer appearance, to help them blend in more satisfactorily with their surroundings and the style of your home.
The Google OnHub router was launched earlier this year and now has a selection of interchangeable shells that are supported by the OnHub from TP-LINK, however this doesn’t stop you making your own unique shell to make your router a little more personal.
Check out the video below for inspiration and to see what other makers have done with their Google OnHub router’s. Google explains more over on the official Google Blog :
With OnHub Makers, we wanted to see what some of the world’s most creative minds would do to personalize their routers. We reached out to artists, makers and designers who poured resin, blew glass, and cut paper to make their own unique shells. You can see their creations and learn more in the OnHub Makers gallery.
Feeling inspired? Then it’s time to get crafty. We’ve put together all of the information you need to customize an OnHub shell. Whether you’re using a laser cutter or simple finger paints, download the Maker Packet for 3D files, 2D patterns, and useful guidelines. Once you’re done, be sure to share your designs online using the hashtag #OnHubMakers, and we may feature your design in our gallery.