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3D Printed Google Glass Frame: No One Will Know the Difference

by Lambert Varias
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If Google Glass takes off, I think that it’s going to be a status symbol miles above any (current) gadget. The reason is obvious: the damned thing sits on your face, fully visible for everyone to see/want/hate. If you want to get on the hype train early – or if you want to try and build your own wearable computer – you can 3D print this unofficial 3D model of Google Glass’ frame.

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The 3D model was made by Sunny Gao, shown above wearing the resulting 3D printed frame.

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Gao uploaded the template as a Google SketchUp file; you can download it from his Baidu account if you wish. Now practice saying, “Okay Glass… damn it’s out of battery”, and you’re good to go.

[via Sunny Gao via SolidSmack & The Next Web]



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