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July 16, 2014 AT 12:02 pm

LED Spike hoodie spotted in the wild #wearablewednesday

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Tony Dicola snapped a pic of a stego spike hoodie at toorcamp.

Saw this at toorcamp earlier today. Didn’t get a chance to talk to them unfortunately, but was cool to see someone did the spike hoodie in a row down the back like a dinosaur. Was doing the rainbow glow animation. Cool stuff!

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2 Comments

  1. That’s Pinguino!

  2. heheh that was me you spotted. Matt Pinner and Metalnat designed that at Crashspace a few years ago- I added their spike to a hoodie. The spikes are available on thingiverse and the code is on github: https://hackaday.io/project/41-LED-Stegosaurus-Spikes


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