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Creepy Pumpkin Patch Arduino Halloween Prop by @crankycoderblog #ElectronicHalloween

Jason, crankycoder, shared with us his latest Halloween project.

4 Homemade pressure pads are used to trigger a total of 8 pumpkins on servo platforms to watch the kids as they walk by to get their candy!

I wanted to do a bigger halloween prop this year using an arduino. This is the result

Build of Materials
8 mini servo motors
LOTS of aluminum foil
lots of ducttape
big cardboard boxes
16 dollar store pie pans
hot glue
Lots of marbles (ill explain later)
couple pieces of long RJ45 cable
3 RJ45 Keystone jacks
1 arduino uno

Awesome work, Jason!


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1 Comment

  1. Happy Helloween! With Arduino! HA-HA-HA-HA!

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