See it in action! The video shows how it looks on your forehead and face!
In this week's live stream we discuss the case design and assembly in depth. We do some live demos changing up the config file to customize the eye graphics. As well as the usual banter mixed with some gaffs and goofs. Project discussion starts at 6min 20sec.
Our 3d printed case snap fits together and lets you add a headband so you can wear it. The case has all of electronics so it’s nice and portable little package.
Snap Fit Design
The enclosure secures the Adafruit Monster M4SK PCB without any hardware screws. The two halves snap fit together. Buttons are exposed and accessible along with the micro USB, audio jack, reset and on/off switch.
The open frame design shows off the silkscreen so you enjoy the lovely artwork. You can wear it as a pair of goggles or work it into your costume projects. They can be worn over your eyes, just be careful as you won’t be able to see very well.
Adafruit Monster M4SK
The Adafruit monster Mask packs a ton of awesome stuff into one single board. It’s running a cortex M4, it’s got 8 megabytes of flash storage, USB charging and 2x IPS TFT displays. It also has buttons, light sensor, expansion ports and accelerometer.
Be sure to check out the quick start guide for the full run down on code and graphics setup.