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World of Warcraft Cosplay Made with NeoPixel LEDs

To add lighting effects to a costume, Nic Neidenbach turned to NeoPixel LEDs from Adafruit. He made a set of World of Warcraft armor from the game’s Cataclysm expansion. Instead of appearing metallic and being made from EVA foam, it’s a fabric based armor. The LEDs add just the right amount of glow at the sleeves and the shoulders.

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