Ghostbusters Proton Packs, Goggles, PKE Meter, Ghost Trap all based on Adafruit components #ElectronicHalloween

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Super impressive Ghostbusters builds (links in project description below) from maker Martin von Siebenthal. Scroll down for more about the project , and follow the links for video clips and more! Thanks for sharing, Martin.

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I did four Ghostbusters proton packs for
the whole family, Ecto Goggles and a PKE Meter, all powered by Adafruit
products. I also did the 3D Printed trap based on Sean Charlesworth’s design
that you had covered in the blog already, and which contains various
Adafruit products. I did some modifications to add NeoPixels, my favorite!
See links below. Regards from Martin and the Swiss Ghostbusters!
PKE Meter with Feather M0, OLED display, NeoPixels, and sound amp:
Proton Packs with Arduino Uno, FX Sound board, sound amp, bargraph and tons
of NeoPixels.:
Ecto Goggles with Trinket and NeoPixels:
Ghost Trap with Arduino Uno, Sound FX board, sound amp, Servo driver,
bargraph and …. of course …. NeoPixels:

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