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3D Printed Daft Punk Helmet: Plastic After All

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Adafruit’s been on a tear with its 3D printing projects lately. Their newest creation is a 3D printed replica of the helmet worn by Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. It has strips of programmable LEDs inside that are visible through the visor. Don’t expect to see well while wearing it though.

3d-printed-light-up-daft-punk-helmet-by-adafruit

Here’s a summary of what you’ll need to do to make the helmet:

Use your harder better faster browser and head to Adafruit for the full instructions.



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