I was wandering around the dollar store trying to find cool last-minute decorations for Halloween when I saw a cool plastic skull. As I left the Halloween aisle I spotted a bunch of cheap LED headlamps and flashlights. Suddenly, I had an idea; I looked down at the skull and saw how well let the light shine through it. I rushed over to the lights and grabbed the most compact headlamp with a flashing option there was. After a total of $4.00 spent and 20 minutes of my time I had created a cheap, easy to make stroboscope skull.
Step 1: What You Need:
- A hollow, translucent plastic skull (preferably white)
- A cheap LED headlamp with a flashing/strobe setting
- 3 volt button cell batteries (I used cr2025 batteries)
- A multi-tool or a knife and wire strippers
- Duct tape