This will be a stylish (read "weird-looking") webcam that can attach AND detach from your head without losing any skin (possibly some cartilage, now it's a feature and not a bug). The webcam will attach to a raspberry pi worn on the forearm for saving pictures, uploading to a network drive, and probably some other stuff.
I uploaded camCaseMk1.zip as an example of prototyping progress. The alignment features between the sandwich pieces for the board didn't print well (waaaaay too small, need to make these better), the top cover has no way of locking in place, and the ear clip is both incredibly too large and not adjustable. It would be replaceable if the slide-in features worked, but those also didn't come out well, so they require redesign. One step at a time is how you get down the stairs :P I have a pretty good idea for the alignment features, so that'll probably be the first thing fixed for Mk2.
The very first thing about a headmounted webcam is that it should be a webcam on your head. To achieve that, I've started trying to match the board shape with CAD and a 3D printer for the ultimate goal of making a custom ear mount (may change to a different body part) for the webcam.