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After hologram using Computer Monitor, Some plan to develop a very cheap AR glass. With out any major plan start to develop the model. After two attempts make a AR glass which is very cheap and also able to view all the applications. It even never hurt the eyes and never cause irritation to the eyes. Also able to read clearly. Use it as Head up display also.

We read news, Play games, Use google Navigation any thing in this head set. If Bluetooth game pad Controller then its very easy to use with out remove the head set.

Step 1: Materials Required Maximum Cost 2$

Picture of Materials Required Maximum Cost 2$
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Materials vary from first design to the completed one. But materials added to the list only.

Materials Required

1) 3/4" PVC wiring pipe.

2) 3/4" PVC Tee - 8Nos

3) 3/4" PVC Elbow - 2Nos

4) Clear mirror 3" X 6" - 1Nos

5) Mobile back cover-1 No (I used my old cover)

6) Acrylic sheet or New CD Cover with out scratches.

7) 1/2" Wire tape to make it wearable. (Got from binding)

8) 1/2" Elastic 6".

9) Quick Fix paste.

Now see how much all cost

1) PVC pipe, Tee, Elbow - 70 Rs around 1$.

2) Mirror - 20 Rs 0.28$.

3) Mobile back, CD Cover, 1/2" Wire tape Its from old.

4) 1/2" Elastic 1 meter 20 Rs i use only 6" so its cost only 5 Rupees its 0.071$.

5) Quick Fix cost Rs 35 its 0.5$.

So total cost is around 1.851$.I don't think it complete in this low budget. But take long time due to two failures.

gabysalaz198 months ago
this looks so nice!, i'm going to try to do it! thanks!
Thank You Very Much...Try it and share the result....I have also some plan to modify the design to view camera for marked argumented reality
kwilson9628 months ago
Nicely done! I love the low cost. Materials that you used are great. Some of us cannot afford 3D printers which so many projects seem to use. நான் தமிழ் பேசவில்லை, அதனால் உங்கள் ஆங்கிலம் பற்றி புகார் செய்ய முடியாது. I think your English is fine.
Thank You very much. See very happy to see Tamil. Yeah sure here no tools like other parts of the world and no workshops as like foreign. That's why i use things available around us.
LlewellynD18 months ago
Fan-tastic! Thank you very much for sharing. Best regards...
Thank you very much
SimoneG338 months ago
Cool. I wonder if it could be made using a baseball cap as base to give a more "wearable" look...
But I got not helmets and also it's very cheap and weight less
COREi648 months ago
Looks more like a heads up display than augmented reality.
It also use it as head up display.
Supersonic4158 months ago
Amazing instructable, but the English is a little difficult to read. Very good idea none the less, gave me some ideas for some of my projects
Thank you very much
nikdo_nic8 months ago
this would be real think it is called hololens from microsoft
but nice instructable firs DIY version what i saw
Thank you very much Sir
peteandoreen19 months ago
I'm Pretty sure you mean "Augmented Reality" small thing but very distracting.
Yep. Knew what you were saying, jegatheesan, though your wordage was off the mark, but I don't speak even a fraction of two languages, so am apprehensive about pointing out errors like this. In the end, it remains this is an impressive project.
Thank you very very much Sir...
Its a pleasure my freind, I will be trying to emulate your work for my grandchildren. :)
No dispute from me I viewed the whole project and thought it good. I did find the title distracting. But that being said I'm sure if I offended the engineer of this project he would be grown up enough to speak for himself. As it is he has overlooked my comment which is fine by me.. And you are right this version of Augmented reality viewer is impressive.
Thank you for your comment....I try to make it best next time... In this project the final output is really nice my daughter enjoy it very much..
Alex in NZ8 months ago
This is pretty impressive! Well done for such an amazing project and thank you for sharing it :-)
Thank you very much....
KellyCraig8 months ago
Way cool. Great job. The imagination and engineering that went in to this speak VERY highly of you and your abilities.
Thank you very much sir....