Here's how you make your own 3D-printed virtual reality goggles

3D-printed video goggles

So you couldn’t get your hands on a nice virtual reality headset like the Oculus Rift, but you’d still like something a little fancier than a cardboard display. Are you out of luck? Not if Noe Ruiz has anything to say about it. He has posted instructions at Adafruit for do-it-yourself 3D-printed goggles that can be used for either VR or as a simple wearable screen. The design mates an Arduino Micro mini computer with a display, a motion sensor and lenses; the 3D printing both adds a level of polish and lets you tailor the fit to your cranium. This definitely isn’t the cheapest project (about $231 in parts) or the easiest, but it will give you head-tracking VR without having to wait for Oculus, Samsung or Sony to put out finished devices of their own. If you’re up to the challenge, you’ll find everything you need at the source link.

[Image credit: Noe Ruiz]

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