Have you ever wanted to build a spooky, living painting to hang on the wall and freak out your friends? Here’s how! Just take a look at this new guide, the Haunted Portrait, for step-by-step instructions! You’ll use a small, but powerful Raspberry Pi Zero (or any Pi you have on hand) and a spare HDMI TV or monitor mounted vertically in a frame, plus some simple software to run the show.
Based on the Adabox 005 kit, you’ll even be able to adjust the show using the Joy Bonnet’s buttons and thumbstick.
Perfect for Halloween, or any time of year. Just ask my great-great-grandfather up there in the frame. He’d agree.
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