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What would be the best Micro controller to implement into a DIY laser tag system? It would need to power like 4 LEDs, 2 IR recievers, 2 IR LEDs, and a tactile switch. Also what should I use to attach the sensors to a person’s head?
What sewable/washable/flexible material would you recommend to use as a defuser? I have used batting and white fleece but it gets bulky by the time I defuse neopixels or sequins enough have nice soft even back lighting.