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October 2, 2016 AT 1:30 am

Halloween Themed Lights and Music Show powered by Raspberry Pi! #ElectronicHalloween

You’ll run out of candy in no time if you trick out your house with a custom Halloween themes music and light show like this one, via youtube user Noel Portugal

The Magic Mirror has a sonar sensor that detects when kids are are close enough. Then the Magic Mirror says a random phrase before automatically dropping candy to the bucket. The fog and red lights are activated as well.

Also you can text “say [your name]” to a SMS short code and the Magic Mirror will say your name, drop some candy and take a Dropcam snapshot and send it back to your mobile phone

Check out Noel’s instructables profile for more projects here


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