April 30, 2014 AT 9:21 am
NeoPixel Centurion Helmet #WearableWednesay
Roman writes in:
Working on an LED centurion helmet (My name is Roman, I’m a creative developer, it had to happen sooner or later…). Its an ex film prop. I removed the horsehair plume and laser cut and bolted down a replacement. Front and back is just under 7m worth of NeoPixel strips.
Wrote the software with Cinder, calculates the Bark coefficients of a live audio source and passes commands onto an Arduino Due. The rest is down to the NeoPixel library 🙂
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