Lightning LoL necklace wearable

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


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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