With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
My wife got me a cheap Darth Vader costume from Target to hand out candy on Halloween. It begged to be modded! This uses a BS2 and some LEDs to ...
Parts:19 Leds1 BS2 MCU1 Solderless breadboard2 9 volt batteries16 470 ohm resistorswire, lots of wireTools:Wire stripperssoldering ironSerial port
I soldered the resistors in line with the wire to the LEDS positive leg. I plugged them in to the breadboard in pins 1-16 of the BS2. I ran ...
I poked a hole with a pin through the "chest plate" of the vader costume wherever there was a colored dot or box on the costume.
There were two chrome plastic dots on the mask, I popped those out and replaced them with blue LEDs. I added one led in the middle of the mask ...
As usual I waited until the last minute to do this. So I reused the code from my Blinking Courier Bag Light. Loaded it with MacBS2.
I used a little AWP tool pouch to hold it all on my belt loop.
Now play an mp3 from the movie, impress the kids, and alienate yourself from the neighbors.
LEGO Darth Vader!by SlippingHalo
Samurai Darth Vader Costume.by Assassin4627
DARTH VADER COM PEPAKURAby portela22
How to make a Darth Vader costumeby Alge
Darth Vaderby joecooning
Join 2 million + to receive instant inspiration in your inbox.
Download our apps!
© 2015 Autodesk, Inc.
Enter the email associated with your account and we will send you your username and a temporary password.
Not a member? Sign Up »
Already a member? Login »
That's a pro feature!
Want to go pro?
First step is to sign up.
By clicking "Sign me up!" you are indicating that you have read and agree to the Terms of service.
Already a member?" Login »