JP Night Vision Goggles

by Jurassicpaul, published

JP Night Vision Goggles by Jurassicpaul Jul 22, 2016


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Important This model is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license. Any reselling or distribution without my consent is forbidden. important

On offer here are my files for the night vision goggles. I originally made these for a fan film ( http://www.facebook.com/JPOrigins )but never got round to fabricating them myself. The design itself is accurate in dimensions and look of the originals. They took over 75 hours to create and that doesn't include the years of searching for reference images or screen used parts.

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Can you tell me how you wired the LEDs, I'm using some that are different colors depending on the voltage. Help!

Hi. The electronics were not done by me but I believe they were wired in series with a 9 bolt battery source. Hope this helps. :)

Anyone make this yet? ;)

I made one and it's awesome !!!

Nice work, I saw. Are you planning on adding electronics? :)

In fact, i added the same led as you except for the red one. But my switch is inside because i didn't want to drill a hole in my fresh print :) . And i'm waiting for the strap to arrive

Cool I contacted the original prop maker of the film I'm being sent the same model of working lenses used in the film too. Just need my light rings to rotate and it'll be accurate :)

I really need help finding the strap at th back could you tell me where to get it lovel the model thanks

Here are the straps I used. They are very similar to the screen used ones but not identical. Hope this helps :) http://m.aliexpress.com/item/32649970091.html

where did you get the led for the goggles

Oh wow... My grandpa made the original movie prop set of these, might make an interesting step-father's day gift for his son.

Your Grandpa is John Bell? :O

No, John Bell was in charge of the artists who drew a lot of the designs, I THINK. My grandpa was with the team that actually made the physical props from those drawings.

I used to have a pic of him hanging halfway out of the T-Rex's mouth trying to weld a tooth back on after it snapped off during filming.

He also worked in Titanic, back to the future 3, Flintstones, and loads more.

Wow that's awesome can you give me his email at all I just got off Facebook with Matt Winston about them. Trying to figure out what the yellow component was made of. Do you know? :)

Unfortunately he is deceased. I can ask my step-dad though, they worked together on Jurassic Park 3.

Ah sorry to hear that my friend. If you could ask that would be great this is a 22 year obsession of mine to find those parts :)

You need to know the material?

I sent you a message :)

Fantastic model with details missing from some other replicas (like the ability to see through them. (^_^) ).