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.
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...
Hey everyone, just thought I would show you my monster in a box. I am making it out of a RaspberryPi and Door Lock actuators. I am opensourcing the whole project on github (https://github.com/hevnsnt/monster). I am still working on everything, so I have not written instructions but I will. This...
Homemade browser-controlled singing jack o'lanterns built using Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Falcon Pi Player, and Vixen:
I made an Instructable describing how I built them here:
Hello Everyone. I'm now in my 4th year of decking out my yard with various props to scare and delight.
Mostly I enjoy making props myself with inspiration and guidance from many in this forum. I sometimes repurpose the commercial props sold
from the Halloween popups, picking them up after...
I posted a while back how upset I was with atmosFX media player, that took me on a journey to make something on my own. I used a Raspberry PI, a PIR sensor, Python3 and a unliving portrait video and it came out amazing.
Here is a link to my instructable...