If you’re a DJ, you might enjoy setting yourself apart from the rest of the pack, and what LA-based Kid Chameleon did was create a fancy DJ helmet, something like what Daft Punk does. This helmet is a little different from what you usually see, though, as it features a visualizer helmet that uses an old Macintosh Plus, a bicycle helmet and an iPad, all combined with an electroluminescent display. The helmet itself is controlled by an iMac running Resolume Avenue, a MIDI Keyboard and a Wiimote. While it doesn’t look like the most comfortable way to enjoy a party, you can bet you’ll get plenty of points for uniqueness.
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