My muse Amanda looking great in the frames I designed for her...
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- Nice oneJun 10, 2014
- hi !
nice pic add meAug 9, 2014
- Why don't you just build it into the lens?Aug 28, 2014
- That would require a completely different kind of technology than what the current iteration uses. To be integrated into the lens, a transparent (really only 80-90% when off, because of electronic stuff) OLED screen would have to be used, instead of the projection and LCD method used currently. That's why the block on the front is so thick, so that an angled glass insert in that block can reflect the image toward you instead of out the side of the block. The OLED would be possible, but those screens are expensive to manufacture, which would not be wanted in a consumer product.Aug 29, 2014
- I don't think its gonna take off until it is built into the chassis of 'regular' sunglasses. Google Glass reminds me of Newton in the 90s: the technology just isn't quite there yet ..Aug 30, 2014
- take this style and put it on the bold frame for men and you got a winnerNov 15, 2014