Thingiverse user MattDurr came up with a clever use of a 1/4th NeoPixel 60 ring to make a rather stylish science fiction inspired visor. He put this together over a weekend and uploaded his STL files and build instructions on Thingiverse.
I finally decided on something to make with Adafruit’s 60 pixel rings I bought a while ago. Designed over a weekend. MADE TO FIT OVER GLASSES! Added a new half piece for smaller print beds, or beds that don’t handle big prints well. This is a very simple build! Takes less than an hour to print, next to no touch-ups are needed. Just add the neopixel rings and an arduino and your good to go! Some simple soldering required…
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