10 Spooky Raspberry Pi Halloween Projects #ElectronicHalloween
Michael Vizsolyi from Howchoo sent over this halloween themed blog tip – Check out this great list of 10 Raspberr pi projects you can make yourself, via Howchoo
Halloween has always been a favorite of makers because of the creativity it allows when costuming and decorating. So it feels like the perfect marriage in many ways between Halloween and Raspberry Pi.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to Raspberry Pi projects with a Halloween theme. Maybe you’re in need of some inspiration, however, to get you started? Or maybe you’re just here to see the awesome things that people do for Halloween with their Raspberry Pi?
Either way, this list of some of our favorite Raspberry Pi Halloween Projects are sure to prove inspirational.
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