Splinter Cell Night Vision Goggles

Introduction: Splinter Cell Night Vision Goggles

This is my first instructable. I will show you how to make Splinter Cell Night Vision Goggles It is also the logo of Spy Gizmos Group.

Step 1: Materials

Materials:
3 pvc couplings 1" size
1 pvc couplings 3/4" size
1 AO Safety Chemical/splash Safety Goggles
3 Inova LED keychain lights - TML 2010 Translucent Brilliant Green Microlight http://www.inovalight.com/ML-variations.html
1 roll of Plymouth 66' Premium 111 Vinyl Electrical Tape - Black w/ case
1 roll of Scotch 2 In. x 60 Yd. General Purpose Masking Tape

Step 2: Directions

Directions
1) cut one 1" coupling in half. Use only one half of coupling, discard the other piece

2) put 3/4" coupling halfway into 1" coupling that was cut in half. This is for the middle tube and will stick out about 1/2" beyond the other tubes in front of the goggles

3) wrap all pvc fittings with electrical tape inside and out. create a small roll of electrical tape to feed it through the pvc fittings

4) mark area on goggles with masking tape of where the tubes for the eyes will go

5) wrap outside of goggles with electrical tape

6) remove the masking tape from the goggles

7) hot glue wrapped 1" couplings to the goggles for the eyes

8) hot glue on the front sides of 1 led light and place it angled down inside the wrapped 3/4"- 1" combo middle tube

9) hot glue the 3/4"- 1" combo tube to the middle portion of the goggles

10) hot glue the back and sides of last 2 led lights and place at the bottom of the 1" eye tubes

11) wrap electrical tape around all 3 tubes to give the illusion the goggles have more mass to them

12) insert finger into tubes to turn on the LED light to provide an amazing night vision effect

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    23 Discussions

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    admin
    admin

    12 years ago

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    David A.C
    David A.C

    1 year ago

    Okay, I was kind of expecting some kind of home-made night-vision device. But this seems pretty cool for a cosplay project too. Neat. I will have to add this to the list of cool stuff to make.

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    Xellers
    Xellers

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Why don't you try to make something a bit more useful, a real pair of nightvision goggles for instance. Its done quite simply using so0me IR LEDs and a slightly modified camera. If you do attempt this, good luck :)

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    tori1012
    tori1012

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    since you know, could you do me a serious favor and construct a legit night vision goggles instructable? please?

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    Xellers
    Xellers

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    There are plenty of instructions already out there on the web, and at the moment I do not have the money to invest in such a project.

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    dragonsniper
    dragonsniper

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    dude there already are instructables for legit night vision goggles

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    tori1012
    tori1012

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    if u ever do get the funding, please do make the instructable for it.

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    ILIKEPIE333
    ILIKEPIE333

    11 years ago on Introduction

    and you might want to take pictures, cause this sounds pretty cool

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    Xellers
    Xellers

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I hope you all realize this is just a green LED taped to a PVC pipe...

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    rbeck_v
    rbeck_v

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    lol im glad somebody realized thise

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    kicker109
    kicker109

    11 years ago on Introduction

    So True Can U post an actual pic of the devics? ??? ??? ???

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    Xellers
    Xellers

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I hope you all realize this is just a green LED taped to a PVC pipe...

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    jake walker
    jake walker

    10 years ago on Step 1

    maybe a picture of the real finished product would help, and pictures to help with assembly

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    ILIKEPIE333
    ILIKEPIE333

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I'm gonna haveta disagree with you
    I love Metal Gear Solid, there is no comparison

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    Duct Tape Dude
    Duct Tape Dude

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    yup. nuthing i repeat NOTHING produce the same awe/fear than the Psycho Mantis boss fight. "put down the controller...there, that's good" *rumblerumblerumbleshakeshakeshake*

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    ShayM
    ShayM

    10 years ago on Step 1

    The link you provided couldn't be found...(404 Page Not Found). I'm not sure if it's my computer or what?