I’m a superfan of the Harry Potter universe. One of my favorite characters is Luna Lovegood. One of the things she has in the movie were are pair of Spectre Specs that came with every copy of the Quibbler.
In this project, I wanted to create my own version of the Spectre Specs. To create the lens effect, I used a technique that created an infinity mirror in each eye.
It is based on the Adafruit NEOpixel goggles, a kit that I I had built earlier.
I modeled and 3d printed a few parts to create the specs.
Overall this was a very easy project but I still learned a lot of new techniques and also learned more about the Arduino code.
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