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Lightning LoL necklace wearable

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 in 3D Model, DIY by DP

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Erin of RobotGrrl has written an article about her simple, blinky, 3D printed necklace. This is up on Thinkiverse:

Here was a quick project that I created in time for C2MTL. It’s a simple, blinky, 3D printed, wearable electronic. We wanted to wear something that would be interesting and a conversation starter (it worked!).

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3 Responses to “Lightning LoL necklace wearable”

  1. Peter says:

    I know it is usually correct to assume male with several notable execptions(adafruit, dunki, Jerri off the top of my head), but Robotgrrl is actually a she. I thought the grrl part of robotgrrl was a tipoff (as well as the name Erin) and her website confirms via pictures.

  2. Trev says:

    Erin is not a “his” but a “her” !!!

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