Posted 02/28/2014 at 3:34 PM
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With the price of $1,500 for the Glass you bought already included, and Google’s own answer to frames for an additional $225, selling the frames (without lenses) you may conceivably be forking over $1,725, as being among many who have embraced the admittedly cool latest rage in wearable technology. The price-lowering solution?
South Florida’s Pixil 3D’s design studio will modify your pair of Glass to go with the prescription glasses you have already. It will cost only under $1 for the DIY studio, manned by the project’s makers Pedro and Noe Ruiz.
You need to have a 3D printer. What is being called “the adapter” is in reality an ordinary plastic clip.