Do-It-Yourself Glass Frames Beat Google's $225 Frames?

Jan 31, 2014 • 8:24 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

As you know, Google released prescription frames and now some have actually received them and been trying them out.

They aren't cheap, they cost $225 and you have about five styles to choose from. Better yet, they don't fold, like normal Google Glass, making it a pain to manage.

Geoffrey Brackman posted pictures of how he looks in the new frames on Google+. Meanwhile, Matthew Carlson decided to build his own, by buying a $30 frame and using a 3d printer to make an adapter to mount Glass on it. He posted a picture on Google+ and best part, his frames fold!

Here is a side by side picture, and honestly, a bit of color and they look awesome compared to the $225 Google frames:

Google Glass Frames DIY

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