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October 13, 2014 AT 1:54 pm

littleBits Halloween Project Packs: Stick Figure Costume

This is part of an on-going series of posts about littleBits projects. littleBits is available in the Adafruit store – Base Kit,Deluxe KitSynth KitSpace Kit, Arduino ModuleArduino Starter BundleSequencer Module, and Cloud Starter Bundle.

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With just a few snaps you can use littleBits to make instant interactive wearables: make your own light-up stick figure costume, glowing dinosaur hoodie, and more! Our new Halloween Project Pack has everything you need to trace a stick figure for a tiny human, or a hoodie version for a bigger human.

Each light wire is 4 feet long and capable of being folded, bent, taped and sewn onto a variety of materials. The pulse module allows you to blink your light wires at a frequency of your choosing.

Stick Figure Costume 2

The light wire has been a crowd fave for our bitizens, using it to invent customized light-up costumes for years. Now we have a super easy way for everyone to make their own costume guaranteed to light up any costume party or trick-or-treating!

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