A genius appears on Twitter who makes steampunk goggles with the hand.
Continued video of steampunk goggle with a built-in microcomputer. This is the test on the movement of aperture blades. Yeah, I feel like a eighth grader!
In the first place, steampunk is one of science fiction genres and it is sometimes referred to as ‘something based on the society and technology system where steam engine, the motive power for the Industrial Revolution developed exceeding the heyday in the real history.’
The posted video is an experiment on the movement of aperture blades. This goggle also includes microcomputer.
Continued video of steampunk goggle. It is almost completely set up, so next is the test on the movement of the right eye side. All people with young minds like eighth graders! This is the switching of the automatic lenses you see in manga or anime!
It can switch the automatic lenses exactly the same as seen in manga or anime.
I just instilled servo into the parts like caps for PVC pipeI bought at a hardware store
Continued pictures of steampunk goggle with microcomputer. I was distressed but got camera lenses at Hardoff and dismantled them to add aperture blades in order to bring up eighth grader level. The other parts such as lenses and rings could be useful as well.
The making process you might be wondering includes dismantled camera lenses to put aperture blades. The goggle itself is painted and thus genuinely finished. This work is full of devices made of wastes.
If you are interested, use the Tweet as a reference and try to hand-make it.