Temperature Smart Glasses

This project is an Arduino made smart glasses with a temperature sensor. The glasses use the sensor to read the temperature, and depending on what it is, a suggestion is displayed (Ex. "35ºC, Really Hot, You should go swimming today") along with the temperature on an OLED LCD. The display is seen in the wearer's view with a mirror and plastic at certain angles to display through the glasses lens.

What are the problems you aim to help solve with this project?:
I hope to inspire more kids to learn about technology at home and make something with their hands. I believe that understanding technology is important and for me, the easiest way to understand something is to discover it yourself with projects.

What are some of the major challenges you have encountered and how did you address them?:
One of the problems I had with this was fitting all the technology into a small enough space so it wouldn't be too heavy. I tried 3D print containers for the tech, but it was always too big or small. While the glasses still are a bit heavy, I was able to get all the tech in it and working.

Categories: Making, Arduino, At Home Learning
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