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DIY Lady Gaga Glasses Are ‘Money Honey’

by chris h.
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I love Lady Gaga. A lot. Don’t believe me? Check out my Last.fm page. That’s right; by my iTunes’ count I’ve played her tracks four hundred and fourteen times. The closest runner-up? Minus the Bear, at 133 plays. Boy, what can I say? I just like to dance.

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So imagine my surprise (and inevitable delight) when a bored-at-work visit to Engadget resulted in a do-it-yourself lesson on how to craft your own cyberpunk-inspired Lady Gaga LED shades. To quote my good friend Wayne Campbell, “Shyeah!”

These sexy shades come courtesy of Instructables member “the_gella,” who assembled the GaGa goggles for her Halloween costume. And on the cheap, no less. All she did was combine two digital picture frames with the frames to a pair of sun lenses. Some pliers application and hot glue gunning later and voila:

Believe you me – I will make a pair of these in time for E3 this year. Just wait…

[via Engadget]

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