Casey Pugh put together this time-lapse movie of the creation of a very cool Daft Punk helmet, which has been called “the single best Halloween costume ever”:
“It’s a 16×5 LED matrix installed inside a cheap motorcycle helmet I found on Amazon,” explains Pugh. “I used the Arduino to program all the animations.”
17 thoughts on “How To Make A Daft Punk Helmet”
The music : it’s mogwai, but do you know what song ?
Very, very awesome
it is the Deftones tool shed. off of adrenaline, their first studio album, forget the name of the track.
The name of the track is ‘Fist’
That is super-cool, but I imagine the light show would freak you out from the inside of the helmet. Could you even see?
you’re the man
I like it. The question remains, can you see out of the helmet? Is your field of view constricted? Some extra details would have been REAL nice.
thats amazing, i want to do that
not close too a daft punk helmet
nice you used an arduino but how to make a cheap look alike daft punk helmet is the real title of the video.
This was kewl =) count me in for more =^__^=
what kind of arduino did you use and can it be programmed for words?
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