Ever wanted to have that one working prop for your Star Wars cosplay? Ever wanted to end up on an FBI watch list?
This project is an Arduino-controlled, 3D-printed functional Nerf replica of the Kang Tao Gun from the upcoming video game Cyberpunk 2077.
Making the Shock Rifle from Unreal Tournament real!
Want to kick up your steampunk style? With this Gear Bracelet, you will be able to do just that.
Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff that lights up to different spells when you perform gestures. You shall not pass!
Our first wearable project (!) is an animatronic tail with dual-control. No animals harmed in the making of this project.
Infinity mirror embedded in a cat ears headband.
SP1 as I called it is a firework launcher / gun made by me as cosplay combined from HALO game and DISTRIC 9 movie.
Want a cheap Spider-Man mask that looks cool?
Files for laser cutting a foam Mjolnir that fits around a micro racing drone, and how to hack an RC transmitter for Arduino control!
3D-printed spikes on fabric and using a Circuit Playground that reacts with movement to light up NeoPixels.
LED hammer for a Ramona Flowers costume using NeoPixel strips.
Arduino Gemma and Neopixel LEDs to give some life to my 3D Printed Princess Hilda Staff: Zelda Link Between Worlds.
Adding a moving red eye to the iconic Terminator Glasses.
#LetsBuildTogether LEGO Dots wearable light-up belt.
Battlestar Galactica-inspired costume with a detachable light up spine.
A cheap replica of the famed chest-piece of Tony Stark, AKA Iron Man.
Glowing headband created with Neopixel Rings, a LilyTiny microcontroller with custom program, and painted foam wings.
Use some copper tape and Bare Conductive's Electric Paint to light up a few 5mm LEDs. No soldering required!
Custom light-up wings controlled by a LilyPad Arduino board.
A cosplay prop made with a combination of 3D printing and old-school electronics.
Are you going to a costume party in just a few days, but still don't have a costume? Then this build is for you.
May 5th Revenge of the Sith light-up PCB and laser cut acrylic necklace.
Pokémon Go patches with EL panels using team logos and pokéball logos built into costumes and accessories.