Here is what I like to call. The Faux Glass. Enjoy.
Step 1: Gathering the Materials
1) Myvu crystal 701 made for ipod edition. ($50)
I chose the Myvu because it offered a decent quality image at a decent price. The downside is the community. Or the lack of one. So you really are on your own when dealing with this thing.
2) IPod touch 2g ($0)
I managed to get mine free from a family member, but this will run you anywhere from $25 to $150 on amazon.
3) A pair of unused glasses ($7)
I spent way too much on my crappy pair of glasses. All you need is a frame to hold the viewer in place.
4) 2 pairs of needle nosed-pliers. (Should already own)
If you don't already own this, it will run you up to $10 at a hardware store.
5) Electrical tape ($3)
I used black, but use whatever color suits you.
6) Anything to cut with. (...)
I used a dremel tool with a grinder attachment. It tears up plastic
7) A small chisel
Anything that can fit into small places easily
My Total: $60
Step 2: Disassembly Pt 1
Now you're going to want to cut the glasses in half. The point where you took the nose-rest off is the thinnest point. Cut the glasses in half.
Next, look at the point where it connects to the controller. There should be two wires running to it. Cut one of them. THINK about which side you want to have on your glasses though, as you DON'T want to cut that wire.
Step 3: Disassembly Pt 2
Underneath the silver part is a clear, plastic part, that covers the internal components. On the front-facing side of that, is a piece of tape, running along the seam. Pull that off, and the clear plastic part can be pried apart easily. (See pictures)
Also, around the lense is a black piece. Pull that off. It shouldn't be very hard.
Step 4: Disassembly the Hard Pt
Take the pliers and put them on either side of the exposed parts of the glass bit. Pull. It should come out pretty easily.
Now that the glass bit is out, pick up your pliers. In the space left from the removal of the glass bit, put one pair of pliers on either side of the amber walls. Hold the pliers tightly, and pull them until one of the walls breaks off.
This should free the electronic bit, and the glass part should fit right into the black rectangle on the electronic bit. If it won't stay in its place, use the electrical tape to keep it there, like I did.
Now you'll notice the bit that rests on your ear is still attached! No big deal. Just pull it apart at the seams. It shouldn't be that difficult.
Make sure the earpiece is still attached if you want to hear anything.
Step 5: Putting It All Together
Take the now disassembled optics and find the prime viewing spot for yourself on the glasses. Use electrical tape to secure it there.
Pull the bit with the earphone back to a good spot on the glasses, and tape them down as well.
Step 6: Modifications
See how you look! You might look good! (I don't)
Make any modifications you need. Have fun!
If you have any trouble, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org