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Fashion Arsenal III

Fashion Arsenal III

    “Finished” the “Fashion Arsenal” project. By that I mean to say that I think it’s time to move onto the next idea. I got the LEDs to light up when the capacitive touch sensor is touched by using a lilypad Arduino. I had plans to use these faux firearms for a “Drone Hunt” … Continue reading

Fashion Arsenal II

Fashion Arsenal II

    Update on the pattern for “Fashion Arsenal”. The mock sewn pattern is now complete. I created a lower trigger housing that snaps onto the barrel and receiver. The magazine of the airsoft gun can then slide into the front of the piece. Here you can see how I attached straps that tie the … Continue reading

Fashion Arsenal

Fashion Arsenal

“Fashion Arsenal” is an in progress project exploring themes of open source content on the internet, regulations, 3-D printing, and human rights. Currently there is much debate on ownership rights to M16’s as they have separate lower and upper receivers. Only the lower receiver has to be registered, so individuals have the ability to fashion … Continue reading