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Dr. Strange Costume by zymurgeneticist #cosplay

Tyler Hutchinson shared his Dr. Strange costume on Instructables and sent us this tip:

Magic comes to this Dr. Strange costume thanks to Adafruit
Gemma, NeoPixels and LSM303 Accelerometer. The fingers light up randomly
when the hands are raised to cast spells and magnets in the tips of the
fingers activate the companion project Eye of Agamotto
(http://www.instructables.com/id/Eye-of-Agamotto/). All code and 3D printed
files are linked so that others can make it themselves!

P.S. Extra shout out to adafruit_support_bill for help with the hall effect
sensors!

Check out his tutorial on instructables

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