New and improved tutorial for Halloween evil eyes. via instructables
This is a re-working of my first ever Instructable : ‘Halloween Evil Eyes’.
Which can be found here;
As we are getting closer to Halloween I thought I would improve the presentation of the initial project and add a few more effects.
These are as follows;
Mounted the original 3 pairs of Evil Eyes into skull masks,
added pulsating ultra bright green light chain to illuminate the front bay window of the property (to draw in unsuspecting victims!),
added motion detection to trigger sound track playback (to provide maximal frightening effect),
added bi-colour illuminated injection moulded skull,
synchronised all of the above to movement detection at front of the property.
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