Here is the perfect kit for mounting convex lenses (glass or plastic) to your Monster M4sk! These acrylics has been laser-cut specifically for lenses with a lip-edge, so we can’t guarantee it’ll fit with any ol’ convex lens. But it does work great with ours. And of course, the mounting hardware is included, so you can snap it right onto your M4SK. Takes less than five minutes to assemble, you just need a screwdriver.
There’s a free ‘nose-bridge’ piece we include in case you broke apart the two halves and want to rejoin them, you may need to get some more M3 screws from the hardware store to use it.
Please note: They won’t work with other display breakouts, just the Monster M4SK. You can use this with the mask broken apart or in the original connected setup.
3 x laser cut acrylics for lens holders and boop-able nose
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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