There's a lot of concern on the internet about Google Glass. Wearing a Glass is like having a computer on your face that you can take photos, record videos wherever you go. But people show also concern about the privacy invasion because there is no notification light when you are recording.
In such a case, the best way is probably to cover the camera and display in a glass device. Thanks to 3D printing, maker Ryan Weaving is able to come up with a simple solution.
Weaving designed a Glass privacy cover, a plastic part that covers Glass camera and prism. Check out the photos below. "Some might find this useful in situations where cameras are not allowed. You can still see the display through the back." writes Weaving.
(Credit: Ryan Weaving)
Weaving has uploaded this design on Thingiverse here for anyone to download and print.
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