Raspberry Pi Glass | Wearable Computer

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Raspberry Pi Glass | Wearable Computer by DomesticHacks Aug 7, 2013


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This is a project I build for the first Maker Faire in Germany (in Hannover):

The Raspberry Pi Glass (or wearable Raspberry Pi)

Most of the project is printable with a 3D printer, I used gold colored PLA to get a retro futuristic look.

In addition to the printable parts you will need:

You will also need some small parts like rivets, cables, USB plugs etc.


I made a video about how it works in detail (in German language only, sorry):

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About what size of lenses would be needed?

Best use of Gold PLA ever. Nicely done.

Whooooo ik love this whould love to make one but looks very difficult to make. (i mean whit the raspberry)

Very beautiful build indeed!

Rolling up the display cable and putting it inside a sleeve as well and perhaps reprinting the clip in gold is the only very small things I could think of.

But other than that a very skilful and stylish build.

The time I printed the clip, there wasn't any gold colored PLA left. I used a whole 0,75kg spool of PLA for this build (and the prototyping phase).