You can get flexible and creative with the MONSTER M4SK when building your own costumes and props! Do you sometimes feel constrained by the typical human interocular distance? Who doesn't? No problem! Simply snap the two halves of the MONSTER M4SK off of the conveniently perforated bridge section and go bonkers!

By re-wiring the M4SK with our 9-pin JST connector cable, you'll be able to use the screens and all other features (with the exception of the capacitive touch boop nose) in a new, flexible, wider arrangement!

Parts

Peep dis! Have you always wanted to have another pair of eyes on the back of your head? Or outfit your costume with big beautiful orbs? The MONSTER M4SK
$44.95
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This 9-pin cable is just about 100mm / 4" long and fitted with JST-SH female connectors on both ends. Compared with chunkier JST-PH these are 1mm pitch instead of 2mm,...
$1.95
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The eyes have it! Add this little lens to make a big expression with our Spooky Eyes demo for microcontrollers or Raspberry Pi. These are plastic lenses, with brilliant clarity and a...
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The eyes have it! Add this little lens to make a big expression with our Spooky Eyes demo for microcontrollers or Raspberry Pi. These are gorgeous glass (not plastic/acrylic!)...
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Lithium ion polymer (also known as 'lipo' or 'lipoly') batteries are thin, light and powerful. The output ranges from 4.2V when completely charged to 3.7V. This battery...
$6.95
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Hear the good news! This wee speaker is a great addition to any audio project where you need 8 ohm impedance and 1W or less of power. We particularly like...
$1.95
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Materials and Supplies

In addition to the parts listed above, you'll need the following:

  • A creature head/mask with wide set eyes, such as Frank the Fish featured here
  • Marker
  • Scissors or hobby knife
  • E6000 glue (also sold as Goop brand)
  • Velcro hook and loop fastener with adhesive backing (industrial strength is best)
  • Isopropyl alcohol for surface cleanup/prep

This guide was first published on Sep 12, 2019. It was last updated on Sep 12, 2019.

This page (Overview) was last updated on Nov 06, 2020.