I love the new Samsung Gear VR headset.
Its a truly immersive experience.
Its also a great investment for those looking to add another layer of entertainment to their lives.
So, when I found out that the Gear VR could make glasses for $299 (or around £225), I jumped at the chance.
Ive been making 3D video glasses for years and while the basic design is good, the cost of making the glasses is quite high.
Luckily, there is a way to make glasses that are a bit cheaper, so that’s why I decided to make this 3D VR 3D Printable Gear VR Glasses Kit.
The Gear VR is the only VR headset that supports the Samsung Pay headset, but it can also be used with the Google Cardboard app, which is available in a variety of mobile devices.
You can also buy it on Amazon, and I highly recommend it if youre looking for an affordable way to add 3D to your life.
For this kit, Ive used a cheap plastic lens with a little bit of tape to make the holes in the lens for the Gear headset.
I then made a few holes in each lens to mount the lens to the headset.
For the lenses, I used the cheap and quick-to-cut cardboard, but you can also use any cheap plastic tube that youve got lying around.
You will need some cheap plastic tubing or the tube I used to make them.
I then cut off the cardboard with a knife, and the holes were drilled through with a pair of dremel tools.
Once the holes had been drilled, I drilled the holes out and cut a hole through the cardboard to hold the lenses.
The cardboard was then glued to the back of the Gear’s frame.
I drilled holes in both the lenses and the cardboard, and then the cardboard was glued to both the back and the top of the glasses.
I took a pair, cut off a couple of the sides, and glued them together.
I taped them to the Gear, and it is now a perfect pair of glasses.
The 3D printed lenses and cardboard make the whole process pretty quick and easy.
I used a 3d printer to print the lenses on a cheap ABS plastic sheet.
I also used a cardboard glue to seal the edges and the corners of the lenses when they came apart.
I was able to make it a bit easier to get the cardboard out and the lenses out, but still, you need to make sure they are dry before you glue them back together.
The lenses are then heated in the microwave for about 15 seconds, and they were ready to go.
I attached them to my phone using a pair tote straps, which were very sturdy and had enough room for the lenses to go in.
I put the phone on the back, and while I was watching the GearVR, I would tap on the headset to turn it on.
I attached the lenses with a small screwdriver, and a small dab of adhesive tape to the sides.
It is a bit tricky to get this tape to stick to the lenses because it doesnt quite adhere to the cardboard as well as you might expect, but its pretty easy once you get it going.
I did it with a tiny dab of tape, but once I got the tape all the way through the lenses I was ready to put them back on.
This is a very cool effect you get with the Samsung Gear.
You get to see your phone in 3D and have the headset interact with you as you use it.
It also looks very cool.
I cant wait to try this out with my friends and see how it looks.
I used the same technique for the cardboard lenses.
You need to carefully stick the cardboard around the lenses before you put them in place.
I just used a thin piece of cardboard to stick it all the place.
This is a great way to keep your phone secure when you are out and about.
When the lenses are attached to the phone, you can see how they fit into the headset, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
It really looks cool to put your phone on top of a 3-D printed lens, and you dont need to remove the cardboard and glue it back together at all.
The other cool thing about this 3d printable Gear headset is that you can make it up to six different lenses in different colors.
I chose green and yellow to be the first and second lenses, and blue for the third and fourth.
If youre having trouble getting the cardboard into the holes, you will have to use some glue to make holes, and once you have the holes made, you dont have to worry about the cardboard sticking to the glass.
This kit comes with everything you need.
Youll need a cheap cardboard tube, some glue, a glue gun, a screwdriver and a screw to use on the cardboard.
You should have everything ready for a day of 3D printing.
Once you have everything set up, youll have a great