Like the previous Project, we hope to have an OLED display controlled by an Arduino, or a Raspberry Pi Zero. The OLED display, RGB LED, and speaker are all controllable over bluetooth. The device is powered by a adafruit powerboost module connected to a small 0.7Wh lipo battery (To Be decided). The optics are a small mirrored right angle prism and a magnifying lense. The frame and casing is all 3D printed. The Arduino and or Raspberry Pi communicates with the oled display using i2c (inter-integrated circuit). The RGB LED and the speaker use the arduino's digital output pins. The display is controlled over bluetooth using a application running on an Android phone or Linux terminal!
I join Tony's project hoping to create something great, and well it happened. The Glasses were here and I showed them off and tried them out. They were a hit, I wanted to make a second version. So this is why I created this project page!
Here is a video of the first pair of glasses ever made!
The first pair used a APK file for the app on android and connected through a bluetooth module. You could send text that would be backwards on the OLED because it reflected on the mirror for the display to be seen in the corner of your right eye. You could also have the LED turn on (In the video) for a light in a dark space or when needed for close-up lighting needs, We hope to have more features that would be more useful than just a gadget, So please Follow, Like, Share, and comment. This insures that this project will live on!