When building something like this, the first question I ask myself is “how can I avoid making the wires into a rat’s nest?” OK, maybe that’s not true if you look back at such projects as the Pegleg Hexapod or Boxie the Creepster. However, this was a wearable hack and has a very limited space to work with, so wires going everywhere on one’s forehead wasn’t really what I had in mind.
Instead of wires running everywhere, I decided to make my own CNC-routed PCB. What it amounts to is three separate lines of copper cut to approximately fit the bridge section of the glases in question. I measured everything and used Draftsight (see my Windows DS review) to draw the approximate shape with lines separating it into three isolated sections. The middle will act as ground and the top and bottom section act as the positive for each set of LEDs. It turned out better than I expected, and is mostly covered by the glasses.
I have no idea what brand or make the glasses that I used were, but I’ve listed a link above to some that are similarly styled from Amazon. I’ve also listed