LEGO is having a blast with dishing out buildable helmets/head sculpts. Joining Star Wars and Marvel is DC Comics’ very own Batman. Well, only Bat’s cowl only, of course.
Joining the original trio of Star Wars buildable helmets, are the LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader and Scout Trooper Helmets from Star Wars fans’ favorite, the original trilogy that started it all.
Joining the growing collection of Hasbro Star Wars The Black Series electronic helmet is everyone’s favorite helmet: Star Wars The Black Series First Order Stormtrooper Helmet. Alright. Perhaps not everyone is a fan of post original trilogy Star Wars, but it is here for those who want it.
The Mandalorian is all the rage now. To catch the trend wave, Hasbro has released the Star Wars The Black Series Boba Fett (Re-Armored) Premium Electronic Helmet – inspired by the streaming series The Mandalorian on Disney+.
The Star Wars The Black Series The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet may not be related the galaxy most famous bounty hunter, Boba Fett, but it should be a want for anyone who already collected the previous two other Boba Fett electronic helmets: the Hasbro Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) Electronic Helmet and the Star Wars The Black …
Here’s something that fans of big screen Iron Man may be interested. What you see here is the AutoKing Wearable Iron Man Mk5 Helmet. Make no mistake. This ain’t no Hasbro Marvel Legends series. In fact, it isn’t officially licensed at all, which is treading on a thin line.
When Apple designed a mask for its employees, it turns out to be as minimal and stylish as its products. That prompted us to think: what if a tech-focus automaker like Tesla Motors also engineered a mask? Would it be as high-tech as its electric vehicles?
Giving yourself another look using filters limits your audience to just the online community. But Lenny is breaking that limitation. This man is on a mission to bring Animoji, camera filters and even deep fakes into the real world. How? By developing a helmet that displays those we have mentioned.
With the pandemic having no end in sight, Los Angeles-based Production Club proposed a socially responsible solution to welcome the new normal. This suit, called Micrashell, is designed specifically to satisfy the innate need of humans to socialize at crowded clubs and live events.
Well, what do I know? I thought the spherical helmet conceptualized by art collective Plastique Fantastique in response to the pandemic was not something to be taken seriously. But then this happen: AIR by MicroClimate.