Wearable Frame

3D print a pair of frames for your Adafruit LED Glasses. Designed to fit any Feather compatible board! Use a STEMMA QT cable to easily connect to an Adafruit Feather. 

3D Printed

The parts are secured using hardware screws and nuts. The frames feature built-in nose pads for comfort and a better fit. The arms are attached to the frames built-in hinges using hardware screws and nuts.

LED Glasses Driver nRF52840

This particular arm is designed for the LED Glasses driver board featuring the nRF52840. Use M2 x 8mm long screws and hex nuts to secure to the 3d printed arm.


The left-arm features mounting holes sized for any Feather-compatible board like the Feather RP2040. Use a USB-C cable and a 5V battery pack for portability.

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This guide was first published on Sep 21, 2021. It was last updated on 2021-09-21 14:03:05 -0400.

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