Halloween may be over, but it’s never too early to start planning for next year’s festivities. This 3D-printed Ghost Rider mask by “Mikeasaurus” will get your ideas flowing. It started with a Thingverse model of a skull mask that was already set up to be 3D printed in separate pieces, and the designwas modified by cutting out the middle to make it wearable. It lights up courtesy of self-blinking LEDs that are fitted inside the mask, while an e-cigarette device and an aquarium pump provide the smoke effect. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
“At 225W, and filled with vegetable glycerine, this combination produces thick clouds of smoke which emanate from the back of the wearer’s jacket and within the skull itself. Truly stunning. [Mike] reports that the costume is scary enough that he has been banned from answering the door as Ghost Rider. We think it’s bound to be a hit, regardless,” reports Hack a Day.