3DSphere Builds a Very Cool 3D Printed DJ Helmet


The team at Belarus-based firm 3DSphere, 3dsfera.by, created a very cool project they call “Helmet for DJ,” and it’s a sort of Daft Punk piece of headgear which includes the requisite electronics and lighting... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed DJ Helmet 3d printed helmet 3DSphere Belarus Stratasys Fortus 400 mc

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Belarus-based 3DSphere develops 3d printed DJ helmet featuring embedded light show


However thanks to 3D printing and some clever electronics work, a group of 3D printing and music enthusiasts have recently taken matters into their own hands and have created their own 3D printed head hardware to get the party started.which just might give Deadmau5 a run for his money.