3D-printed mask with projection mapping built in. Literally change your face to anything you want.
A small compact outdoor motion-activated Halloween scare box with sound and optional light.
Are you going to a costume party in just a few days, but still don't have a costume? Then this build is for you.
Ghosty and Skully can follow your face and they know when you are smiling to laugh with you!
Dr. Tape Head is the perfect lab companion - he uses Amazon's Polly service to read out text from a Google Sheets spreadsheet. Also LASERS!
Last minute Halloween prank using Circuit Playground Express, Digispark board and some sensors.
Make a trick-or-treat tracker with a fake pumpkin and a Raspberry Pi WH that lights up!
Light up your world with Harry Potter's Luna Lovegood Spectrespecs to see all the wrackspurts out there making minds fuzzy!
Cast your own spells with a micro:bit magic wand!
A delightful way to get into spooky season with a homemade costume to light up the night.
Let's celebrate Halloween with an internet controlled hacking pumpkin called Jacques Pierre!
DIY jump scare portrait from scratch using Raspberry Pi 3 B, Python and AtmosFX Videos unliving portraits.
A Monster in a Box Halloween prop is a box or crate that appears to be jailing a monster which is on the verge of escaping.
Build a SIMPLE text-able Halloween costume/sign in a couple of hours & ~$25 worth of electronics! NO soldering, NO advanced skills, NO Barb!
Trigger an mp3 effect when someone is passing by. Three different projects for three different levels of coding.
A glass block wall, each block fitted with a single neopixel and the whole screen driven by a Spark Core to create awesome Christmas images!
A 3-axis talking skull turned into an Alexa voice services device via AlexaPi software, Raspberry Pi, and some other tools.
I plan for something cheap and wonderful animatronic. Then I plan it for sorting hat with the resources around me.
What's scarier than a pair of Uncanny Eyes? Five pairs of Uncanny Eyes mounted on skulls and controllable to make everyone scream.
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Experience the challenge and thrill of deactivating the system without breaking a laser beam. Built with Arduino, BLE, and DMX lighting.
A motion activated light and sound installation to scare the trick or treaters.
With the aid of a functional and dreamy bracelet, your nails light up and twinkle!
An Arduino powered Stranger Things light wall costume that can be controlled via Bluetooth serial connection to a cell phone.