DIY Google Glass for Under $10
Around five years ago, Google launched a potentially revolutionary device called Google Glass. While some saw it as the future, privacy concerns and an initial price of $1,500 made it impractical. Still, the idea of wearable tech continues to fascinate engineers and hackers, and YouTuber DdelectroTech.com has come up with his own version of a wearable headset for under $10.
His wearable project uses an Arduino Pro Mini with an OLED display module to present info from the user’s smartphone on a piece of transparent glass. The frame for the device is 3D-printed and houses the electronics while fitting onto a standard glasses frame.
Be sure to check out the build below!