If you’re at all like me, you love adding LEDs to any outfit as much as I do. Whether they’re for a party, convention, or just a fun excuse to feel and look good, adding these Fibbonaci LED Goggle Lens Inserts to your closet can add a lot of joy to your day! The 64 surface-mounted LEDs are laid out in a Fibonacci distribution pattern, giving both an aesthetically and mathematically pleasing look to the finished product.
These LED inserts will need some parts and assembly to get working, like a microcontroller, some power, a little soldering, and installation in a pair of goggles. But fret not, because Evil Genius Labs has an excellent write-up (with assembly directions!) on their website. The LED panels can be controlled via I2C, and draw only 320mA when set to 100% brightness on all 64 LEDs – though the creator suggests running them at 25% brightness, giving you plenty of battery options and sizes. And just for a cherry on top of the metaphorical LED sundae, each panel features four capacitive touch-enabled pads, giving you the option for some really fun ways to interact and control the animations on the LEDs.
These LED panels are for 50mm goggles, and if you’re looking for a different size or design, check out the store page for Evil Genius Lab LCC to see all the different options they have there! Based out of Kansas in the United States, they ship from the US and are more than happy to answer questions and are even available for custom work.