These spooky eyes from the Adafruit Learning System are a Halloween classic. They’re quick to assemble and are a perfect balance between creepy and fun.
This is an easy project that requires no soldering and only takes a few minutes to put together. WIth a strand of digital led pixels and an Arduino, you can create 12 pairs of creepy eyes, randomly blinking from behind a dark window or in the bushes.
Assembly requires just 4 connections to the pixel strip. These are easily done with breadboard jumper wires, although you could use short pieces of solid core wire as well
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