Google Glass on any frames – 3D Print your own adapter
Upgrade Google Glass with your own frames using a 3D Printed adapter.
A new pair of Google Glass frames will set you back over 200 bucks, but we can 3D print an adapter for under 1 dollar in material.
Using a T5 Screwdriver, we can easily detach the frames from Glass. Just remove the screw next to the eye sensor. It’s right below the picture button. Lightly pull out the right temple and slide out the frame!
Our clip allows you to adjust Glass in and out of your field of view!
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