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Bre Camera Glasses stems

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Bre Camera Glasses stems by kenwshmt Oct 21, 2012

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I had been intending to make a usable pair of camera glasses for a while, and this might do.

This is high up on a raft to deminish curling, the down side is the inside.

I extended the stem body, took the wicker out (sorry, it was simpler) and subtracted down the middle assuming the hinge faces make it straight.

Using the 808-11 camera model to make a hole, you now have stereo glasses, if you use a camera in each stem.


Using one until its charge depletes then using the other can double your recording time.

on the left stem, the camera fits snugly and is aligned down the back ear stem.

Thr right stem still needs work.

There is progress.. keep watching, I make at least 3 changes a week.

I'm not really sure about this screw thing, i might enlarge the hinges to 3mm filament.

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right stem kinda works, it needs a bit of knife attention after printing.

The right stem is correct, now to make the left one.

Progress.. I did a test with a top frame less version, which I wont be using, it needs to be confined. 

My concern with this design, as I have it now,  is where the lens on the cameras are. they are off center (by design)  to the right with the model 808-11. this may be ideal for the left stem, the right stem may need the camera moved out of the frame to the right a few mm.
the back fits the recess with the lanyard hole, it should hold securely.