In adition, we have an interesting proposal for all of you. If you send us your Halloween Hack or project (surely you are "cooking" some Halloween specific hack this week) we will send you a 10% promo discount code for your next purchase in Cooking Hacks online shop.
Send us your projects to info [at] cooking-hacks [.] com. To be eligible for the discount, you must send us a brief description of your project and some photos or a YouTube link. A link to your post, if any, could be useful also!
Send us your projects before Friday 31th October.
These are the Halloween Hacks we have found so far:
In this hack and tutorial, is explained how to control all your animated Halloween props with a single microcontroller (in this case, Arduino Uno). The way the hack is prepared, let you exactly choreograph how and when each prop will turn on an off, for a highly customizable trick!
Only for the craziest about Halloween and UFOs... check this incredible DIY UFO project, installed in Andrew Wyatt’s home. This Halloween flying saucer is made out of cardboard, tape, tinfoil, 8mm diffused neopixels, and it's controlled by Arduino. Featured in Thegeekyglobe.com.
This hack built by Brian Enigma generates ambient lighting, but also kicks in some surprise thunder and lightning at the push of a hidden foot switch.
And this is just one in a series of Halloween electronics posts. You can check all of them here.
Check some Halloween Arduino videos here:
- Pumpktris: A Fully Playable Version of Tetris Inside a Carved Pumpkin
- A Halloween Sound Trigger with Raspberry Pi and Arduino
- Simple robotic skull is a perfect last minute decoration
- LED sexting belt buckle
- Arduino and Flex to Control a Creepy Skull
Remember! Trick or treat! Your Halloween hack for a 10% discount! Send us your project NOW!