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  1. Halloween Prop Building Group
    After some starts and stops, I've finally finished adding the planned additional features to Chatter Pi, which lets you control the jaw for a talking skull using a Raspberry Pi. I've got it running on a Pi Zero W and mostly developed it on a Pi 3 A+, so I believe it will run on any current...
  2. Halloween Props
    I've just started working on writing software to use a Raspberry Pi an an audio servo controller to control the jaw of a skull (filling the role otherwise filled by a Scary Terry type board, or Jawduino or Wee Little Talker). The code will be released as free open source once I've got the...
  3. Halloween Props
    Hi, Here's my take in the AtmosFX unliving portrait. Controlled by a Raspberry Pi Zero, PIR activated. The project would be a lot simpler if the monitor had hdmi and USB, but it was a old monitor by father was going to throw away and I thought I know what I can use that for.
  4. Halloween Props
    I upgraded my 3-Axis skull / Alexa project so that he/she now has a split personality, speaking in two voices depending upon how you address him/her. We'll see how she goes at her first Halloween tonight. You can check out a video of each: Alexa Yorick
  5. Halloween Props
    RaspberryPi for controlling AC power--not just on / off, but dimming & RF control? My wife is pushing me to pick something for my birthday, rapido. Today. I've always heard RaspberryPi is great for Halloween / Christmas / Home automation. I'm not a developer; just write the occasional...
  6. Halloween Props
    I was looking for something to do with my 3-Axis skull the other 364 days of the year, and decided to make it an Alexa device: More about the project is on my blog, The Aspiring Roboticist.
  7. Halloween Props
    Hi All, In the past i've designed and built my own Controllers but it's reached its limits, so I'm currently developing a software that makes use of the Raspberry Pi 2 capabilities to control RELAYS, INPUTS, SOUNDS and HIGH POWER outputs. I would love to get some feedback from people here on...
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