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3D Printed Tesselating Octopuses. Printed on a Lulzbot Mini, then painted with acrylic paints. The original design was done with software from http://www.tesselmaniac.com/ and made 3D with Tinkercad. (read more)
Featured Community Project from the Adafruit Blog
This week on the blog we featured Richard’s write up of some of the great cosplay and wearables on display at Emerald City’s Comic Con.
…Our Richard Albritton went this year as an original creation: the post-apocalyptic Cyber War Monk. The crowning piece of his costume was undoubtedly his warhammer however, which some of you may remember from a ways back. The warhammer pictured is actually Richard’s “revision B,” and was completely remade from EVA foam, plastidip, spools of neopixel LEDs, an accelerometer, and several microcontrollers to drive its lights and motion-activated sounds. (read more)
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