Glowing Wraparound Cyber Glasses for Men and Women, Teen-Elder

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Uploaded: 24th Oct 2009 at 9:31 PM
Updated: 28th Sep 2012 at 11:25 AM by EsmeraldaF
All credits and thanks go to Delphy for his discovery on how to play around with the properties of sunglass lenses in TS3.

As a result, here is an unusual new pair of shades for both men and women: cyber-style wraparounds with glowing lenses.

They are enabled for all ages from Teen to Elder, and are recolourable and repatternable.

They glow well even in full light, and for a look at them in-game in dim lighting, here's Cycl0n3 Sw0rd looking the spookiest you're ever likely to see him, plus a pal of his looking fairly spooky even in flower-patterned shades. As you can see, even from a distance they still glow pretty fiercely.

There is one snag, though. If you have a low-end graphics card/chip, you won't be able to get the glowing effect. The above screenies were taken on my main PC which has a GeForce 8500 series card, a fairly average spec. But in the below pic, the shot on the left was taken on a laptop with the very low-end Intel GM945 chip (which is actually below spec for TS3 anyway) running on low sim detail and low texture detail, so it's the worst case scenario, and the shot on the right is from a MacBook with Intel X31000 graphics running on high sim detail and high texture detail, which is notably better but still not high-spec enough.

As you see, the radiant glow effect is not there. However, the glasses do still look good, like a sort of bright mirrored effect:

Made with the CTU (, and helpful advice from Delphy!


Unzip the .zip file, and copy the .package file to your Mods\Packages folder. You only need the one file for both men and women, as it is enabled for both.

If you don't have a Mods\Packages folder and/or don't know how to install .package files, please see full instructions here:

Thank you for looking and I hope you'll find these fun!

Polygon Counts:
488 - frames
168 - lenses