It’s not unusual for me to transform my whole front yard into a Halloween haunt with everything from props, lighting, lasers, fog, and sound. So I spent a month of weekends putting this together (and a few week nights). This is actually a great little control system problem. This experiment ended up being about 11 props run by 9 Wi-Fi Arduino boards. The best way to tell you what this does is to show you.
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