3D Printed Daft Punk Helmet in One Month | PART 3
- Published on Aug 2, 2018
- Hey world! I made a 3D printed DAFT PUNK Helmet!!!
Thank you 96Boards for sponsoring this video!
THIS IS THE GRAND FINALE OF THE DAFT PUNK VIDEO SERIES! AND I AM NEVER TAKING MY HELMET OFF.
I made a Daft Punk Helmet for Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 and it took me a month to finish.
In this video I used a Dragonboard and a sensor mezzanine to make the addressable LEDs light up to music and sounds, and also preprogrammed a few rainbow patterns. Then, I tinted the visor, painted the helmet, and put it all together in a hotel room in San Francisco. Check it out to see some MakerFaire Bay Area footage!
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