Mohammad needs to wear glasses to correct his vision, but doesn’t like wearing them because the arms dig in after long periods. Mohammad would like a comfortable, durable and modular alternative to a standard glasses arm, so that he can still participate in the different activities that he loves.
Team Mohammad designed a printable attachment for a standard glasses frame with interchangeable arms to suit Mohammad's needs. The arm options include a flexible plant wire, neoprene strap and a standard temple design. These interchangeable arms encourage Mohammad to wear his glasses while performing the activities he loves, such as wearing his headphones, working, and playing sport.
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