Crafted by Harrison Krix of Volpin Props, this Daft Punk helmet replica not only looks just like the real thing, but has a fully working, programmable LED faceplate (coded by James Moss who offers his Arduino code here).
"The piece has over 350 LEDs, can run over 4 hours on a single charge, and the matrix is capable of being updated on-the-fly with a custom programmed iOS app." Check out the a time lapse version of the process of video below.
Source By Ben on Mon Sep 19 2011
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