November 6, 2012 AT 3:00 am
Adafruit Community Shares Version of Phil Burgess’s Halloween Mask!
Adafruit community member Scott Bennett was inspired by
Phil Burgess’s E-Demon Costume to make his own version for Halloween. The results are impressive — take a look at the documentation of his build! (Above are some real-world reactions to his costume, below is a video of the stripped down version running.)
Also, here are Phil’s
Multiple LED Backpacks and Wave Shield Voice Changer Adafruit Learning System instructions!
I started with a Male Blank No Face Mask that I bought on Amazon. I used two of Adafruit’s 1.2″ blue 8×8 LED Matrices for the eyes and a set of three 1.2″ red 8×8 LED Matrices for the mouth. As in the tutorial, I hot glued the 3 mouth matrices together in a strip. The pressure of the outer mask tended to break the bonds and I ended up re-gluing one of the mouth matrices a couple of times. At first I hotglued the matrices to the mask but I found that wire worked much better….
And here’s Phil’s E-Demon!
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