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  1. Hobbit Tracking Device

    Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Hello! I made a painting to spy on my guests. I've printed a picture of Barad-Dur on the canvas. Cut a hole on the Sauron's eye place for a spotlight with a focused beam. I connect the spotlight to the painting throw 2 servos and servo brackets. To make the beam more visible I added a fog...
  2. Atmosphere Effects: Need help with laser swamp

    Halloween Props
    I bought a Hurricane 1302 fogger and will build my fog chiller. I need to know what type of laser and dispersion device I need to shoot a green beam at low height to create the green swamp effect. Any ideas? Not trying to spend a ton here....I have seen people do this with a $70 laser but...
  3. Mechanical: Frightprops diffuse beam sensor

    Halloween Props
    I just wondering if anyone had ordered the 10' diffuse beam sensor from frightprops. If so what are your thoughts about it and would mind posting up some pictures of it with the model number.
  4. Other: control freak and beam detector

    Halloween Props
    HI all, I hope somebody can help me with this one. I am setting up the Scary Clown mirror using the control freak. Last year I used the motion sensor but now I would like to switch to the beam sensor. The beam sensor has brown (+), blue(-), white (gr), black (nc), grey (no). How do I hook it...
  5. Mechanical: Running rats and things

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    I'm looking to make a small prop. While people are standing in line, I want to run a rat on a beam either near them or above them, etc. I have some ideas on how to make the rat move across the beam but thought I'd check in to make sure I'm not reinventing the wheel (pun intended). Has anyone...
  6. Atmosphere Effects: Rear projection advice needed

    Halloween Props
    Trying to set up a rear projection so that viewers can't see the projector light. The problem I'm having is that this will be a ground level window that people will be able to walk right up to. I've tried placing the projector high, low, and off to the side but the beam source is always visible...
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