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These #Arduino Glasses Will Make You Look Like Stranger Things #WearableWednesday #WearableTech

This project by SupaTreadz kills it for my checklist—check it out!

  • Arduino? Check! It’s our tiny Trinket microcontroller
  • Neopixels? Check! These are individual pixels well placed for design
  • Sound Reactive? Oh yeah! These puppies will dance to music thanks to a small mic
  • Practical? Yes! Slim lightweight electronics and custom PCB makes for comfortable wear
  • Timely? You bet—great for Halloween events and any other upcoming party excuses
  • TV Connection? Yes! The third mode for the LED pattern is Stranger Things 
  • Space Connection? Whoa! SupaTreadz lists his job as “Aerospace Engineer on the ISS Meteoroid/Orbital Debris Protection Team”

A big ISS salute to SupaTreadz and his amazing ’80s inspired glasses. If you have a cool video of one of your projects sitting on your phone, please do upload it to Youtube and send us a note. We love showing off your cool work and it really does inspire others. If you don’t have a project and you want your own color crazy glasses, check out our tutorial for Celebration Spectacles. You’ll get swirly fun with the magic of Neopixel rings.


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