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October 13, 2017 AT 2:00 pm

Possessed Portrait #ElectronicHalloween #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Here is another possessed portrait project to add to your wall this Halloween season. This haunted picture is made with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and has some serious scare factor. Shared by Dominick Marino on Hackster.io:

Its October again and I wanted to come up with a Halloween project using a Raspberry Pi. I saw a few haunted portraits scattered here and there but none of them really presented much in the way of a scare, just some simple movement.

I decided to expand on that idea and started looking for some good jump scare type videos I could use. This lead me to AtmosFx they have some really cool Unliving Portrait videos that are only $7.99 each. These were perfect for what I had in mind and allowed me to have more than one jump scare video that I could select manually or have it run each one at random.

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