3D Printed Electronic Fashion

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We have covered plenty of smart wearable devices in the past. These Cyberpunk Spikes may not tell you about your health but they look quite great. What’s neat is you can make your own as long as you know a thing or two about 3D printing and have some creativity. In this video:

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Becky Stern shows you how to make your own glowing spike fashion accessory using 3D printing with NinjaFlex flexible filament to diffuse a strip of NeoPixel LEDs, controlled by GEMMA inside a flexible stitch- or pin-on enclosure.

How cool is that?

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