Assemble this ‘Scream Box’ for Halloween (or just because!) and frighten trick-or-treaters when they approach your door or open the box; the PIR sensor will detect their heat presence and activate the circuit, which uses an Audio FX board that requires no microcontroller programming or code on your part. Just plug and…screaammmmm!!
Do you need a last minute Halloween decoration to scare your friends and trick-or-treaters? Try building a scream box that lets out blood-curdling screams when it’s opened! By using a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor and an Audio FX board you can build this scream box without even using a separate microcontroller or writing any code!
See the complete project here.
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