This steampunk keyboard wrist guard is a gorgeous accessory that actually works! It would be impressive enough if it was just for looks, but Etsy seller BruteForceStudios went one further when they created a cosplay accessory that looks old-school, but is exactly the opposite.
The keyboard features: – 3-in-1 multimedia wireless keyboard (Keyboard, TouchPad, Laser Pointer) – Control your media while sitting on the sofa, lounging in bed, up to 100 feet away – Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a short re-charge time – Includes mini 2.4 GHz USB wireless receiver – Wireless receiver stores inside keyboard when not in use – Stand-by time: 500 – 700 hours
System Requirements: – Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 – Mac OS 10.x or lower – Linux (Debian 3.1 / Redhat 9.0 / Ubuntu 8.10 / Fedora 7.0)
Each of these wrist guards is handmade and takes about 8-10 weeks from start to finish so order well-in advance of when you plan to wear this incredible piece.
So I’m “gearing up” for the Steampunk World’s Fair… thought I’d share some of my outfit goodies with you… first up is this AMAZING leather & brass fan from Brute Force Studios. You can’ get yourself one on their ETSY shop!
My outfit from day 2 of Border City Comic Con alongside the creator of said outfit, as well as many other epic outfits; badass steampunk guru and all around awesome human Thomas Willeford, otherwise known as Ironman:1889.
So what’s my boss, Thomas Willeford of Brute Force Studios up to at San Diego ComicCon International 2014? Just being awesome and winning the Marvel Comics cosplay contest sponsored by Dr. Pepper, that’s all! Check out the winners and Thomas accepting the grand prize in this video!
Things have been moving pretty fast… So how am I feeling right now? Well, after this and an amazing All Blacks game… It’s official: The Ghost Rebellion is happening without question, slated for a May 2016 release. Now, with 22 days remaining, we look ahead to some of those exciting Stretch Goals we talk about in our Kickstarter video, and some killer Add-Ons we weren’t expecting to roll out for…