These "Look of Disapproval glasses" from Thingiverse gives you a 3D-printable option for turning your face into an emoticon. They're the first contribution from user Plasma2002, and the Makerbot folks have put out a call for the entire spectrum of human emotion to be captured in 3D-printable glasses.
Here’s what I’m thinking for an emoticon glasses challenge:
* Be the first to upload any kind of emoticon glasses to Thingiverse with the tag “emoticonglasses“.
* Be the first to upload a particular kind of emoticon glasses to Thingiverse with the tag “emoticonglasses“.
* Be the first to tweet a picture of yourself wearing emoticon glasses at a bar with the hashtag “#emoticonglasses“
Anyone who completes any of the above three challenges gets 9000 internet points and everlasting online fame!
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