Thanks to melarky from the Adafruit forums for sharing these fun Halloween costumes that were made using some of the tutorials from the Adafruit Learning System! Check out the full warewolf costume build here and the Mad Eye Moody build here.
I posted an instructable on the wolf costume and it has some pics and videos of it working: http://www.instructables.com/id/Werewol … Wagging-T/
I also used the Bionic Eye guide (https://learn.adafruit.com/3d-printed-bionic-eye/) to make a Mad Eye Moody costume for my other son (pics and videos at http://www.instructables.com/id/Alastor … ronic-Eye/). These were fun projects to make and really made the costumes more fun.
Featured Adafruit Tutorials!
Really Simple Animatronic Tail: This project reduces animatronics to its simplest case. Mechanical tails are complex stuff, often involving armatures for bones and cable mechanisms to simulate muscles and tendons. Rather that fighting against gravity, we’ll instead make it our ally. Thinking of the tail as a pendulum, a single small servo and a little math is all it takes. Read more.
3D-Printed Bionic Eye: Poke an eye out with one of your mad scientific experiments? Harness the awesome power of thermoplastic fusion to print a microprocessor powered bionic replacement! It won’t help your vision much, but no one will doubt your mad scientist cred. Read more.
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