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Georgia Tech Student's LED Matrix Graduation Cap Was The Best Part of Commencement

This Georgia Tech student completely owned his commencement ceremony when he showed up in his blinged-out cap and gown. And we're not talking about that cliche "thanks Mom and Dad!" sorority crafting BS -- we're talking a high tech scrolling message with LED lights.
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The four best years of your life are over, and you need to go out with a bang. And what better way to go out than with a high tech graduation cap?

This Georgia Tech student completely owned his commencement ceremony when he showed up in his blinged-out cap and gown. And we're not talking about that cliche "thanks Mom and Dad!" sorority crafting BS -- we're talking a high tech scrolling message with LED lights.

The four best years of your life are over, and you need to go out with a bang. And what better way to go out than with a high tech graduation cap?

This Georgia Tech student completely owned his commencement ceremony when he showed up in his blinged-out cap and gown. And we're not talking about that cliche "thanks Mom and Dad!" sorority crafting BS -- we're talking a high tech scrolling message with LED lights.

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Because why the hell not?

From the Redditor TrumpetH4X:

I had the idea to install a 32×32 LED matrix on the top of my mortarboard, with scrolling messages about my time at Georgia Tech. In between messages, I have my cap display a total of six different animated gifs. I've shortened the original duration of the displayed text messages in the video attached, but have a look.