Othello Goggles : Compiled | Robotic Arts. spektku writes –
This weekend I was faced with many new challenges. I etched the first circuit I’ve ever designed in Eagle and with the help of my friends as well as Mark’s fancy tools, I also learned to surface mount all the tiny bits onto it! What you see above is the product of lots of patient help and fruitful collaboration. Thank you to Krux as always for developing the code and teaching me the various processes along the way. I am a better nerd than I was a week, or three weeks ago. This is indeed the brain of our first spawn; first of many.
I will outline the production of the project now. Like the ’3D Light’ goggles, I began with all the exterior embellishments, black and white mirrored motif in leather to complete the othello look…:
THE GOGGLES, THEY DO EVERYTHING!
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