3D Printed MOOD Glasses for Trippy Visuals without the Trip

3D Printed MOOD Glasses for Trippy Visuals without the Trip

Hungarian Bence Agoston’s MOOD glasses probably will not help you trip hard to see the ultimate nature of the Universe. However, this artist’s specs might replicate some of the visuals you experience while on hallucinogens. It has been mentioned on artist’s post on Behance site – These 3D printed frames are paired with 6 different kaleidoscope lens type, when rotated creates number of fun patterns which is based on Moiré effect.

3D Printed MOOD Glasses for Trippy Visuals without the Trip

The artist emphasizes on the red, green and blue filters as the new view is completely twisted and random because each filters the color of the incoming light in a different way and patterns overlap each other or stays blank.

Although artist doesn’t refer LSD directly, but does say that the ideal time to put it on is while listening to psychedelic music, you may want to put them on while traveling, listening music, looking outside the window and watching ever changing sights in harmony with the music. Glasses design aims at simplicity and distinctness as if the wearer belongs to a subculture.

3D Printed MOOD Glasses for Trippy Visuals without the Trip

Hopefully he will soon make a way to make them available for sale for all the psychonauts out there. If you already are hallucinating and your brains going merry, then you might not need one.

3D Printed MOOD Glasses for Trippy Visuals without the Trip

 

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