June 28, 2012 AT 3:49 pm
Hauntbox: Adding Automation to Your Haunts and Other Projects
Check out this new piece of hardware on Kickstarter, the Hauntbox.
The Hauntbox makes physical things happen based on inputs from sensors in the real world. Adding automation to your haunts and other projects is now incredibly simple.
The Hauntbox is a
prop controller and automation machine that is browser-configured, open source and Arduino-compatible. It’s cool because you can automate inputs and outputs with no programming!
The creators of the Hauntbox were on our weekly Show and Tell! Check out the video below. If the video below doesn’t work,
click here to start watching at 8:34, when they start talking about the Hauntbox. They are even selling a custom sound module that is based on Ladyada’s Wave Shield design.
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