When Google Glass was first demo’d and prototyped among the public a few years ago, most of the cultural conversation was the same: it’s super interesting and functional, and looks absolutely ridiculous.
But…what if they didn’t? What if the same tech could be embedded into something way less….Google Glass-y?
That’s the question Casey Neistat sought to answer last year when he set out to set a Google Glass camera into a pair of time-proven frames: the Wayfarer by Ray-Ban.
Of course, 99.% of us will never do this, me included, but it’s never not fun to watch someone perform some creative problem solving.
If you do take a blowtorch to your plastic frames, do make sure to open a window. GO HACK STUFF!