If you've been interested in wearable computing such as the Google Glass unit, but without the four-digit price tag then the next project by Hackaday.io member genericsoma will be of interest. They have created a head-mounted computer based around a Raspberry Pi and a small colour display which is much more inexpensive than commercial technology but also offers more freedom to experiment or impress people with your prototyping skills.
With the use of USB WiFi and HID adaptors, the "Raspberry Eye" can stay connected and be easily controlled, and output is made possible by using a small display in conjunction with a fresnel lens - which produces a small projection screen that you can still see through. The following image is an example of the user's point of view:
An interesting experiment, and sure to be hacked with over time. For more information, visit the project web page. And for more, we're on facebook, twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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