Google GLASS is a fun gadget to use, but it is not cheap at all. You could always make one for yourself if you don’t want to pay $1500+ to Google. Take Clay Haight for instance. This 13-year-old man has created a pair of smart glasses that consists of sensors, a LCD screen, and a 3D printed frame. He can use voice commands to bring up his schedule, local maps, and weather info. One can’t help but be inspired by young DIYers like Clay.

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