It wasn’t too difficult, except that you need to be comfortable soldering small connections and you are a bit on your own in figuring out how to route the wires in the goggles. The red coil across the front is purely decorative.
He made them for his grandson, who will probably find some new inspiration for Halloween. What do you think he will be? We are thinking a Minion from Despicable Me. Larry’s next project? He’s shooting for our more recent tiara tutorial. This one is a beauty, but the real question is who will Larry be giving it to? Make sure you post a video with the wearer, Larry!!
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