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NEW GUIDE: John Park’s All-Seeing Skull @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #halloween

When it comes to decorating for Halloween, or setting up an elaborate, Scooby Doo-esque plot to scare a bunch of meddling kids, it’s hard to beat a creepy skull that looks at you out of one eye whenever it detects movement!

 

You can build this with the HalloWing and its TFT display, a lens, and a PIR sensor to determine when people are approaching, and then open up it’s one good eye to stare them down! All built into a cheap prop skull from the hardware store.

 This new guide will show you how to make your own!

 


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